Daily Archives: October 13, 2017

Engine Developments eye privateer LMP1 entries with new Judd V10

Engine Developments is developing a new V10 to take advantage of regulation changes aimed at boosting the number of privateer LMP1 entrants in the World Endurance Championship from next year

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90s Hair Is Back, According to the Spring Runways

The fashion world loves few things more than a retro revival; it feels like the industry single-handedly keeps the phrase “what goes around comes around” in business. Every season we see some decade return for an encore on the runways in some form, be it fashion or beauty, and this season, 90s hairstyles are alive and well.

Sure, 90s redux isn’t exclusive to Spring 2018. The grunge-era resurgence has been going strong for several seasons now, permeating everything from our closets (hello, mom jeans) to our makeup drawers (matte lipstick, anyone?). But for the designer set, it would appear that isn’t quite enough. No, on the catwalks for Spring 2018 we saw a plethora of 90s hairstyles we recognized from our youth, confirming once again that the decade of Nirvana, Kate Moss and Friends will never die. Not if the fashion industry has anything to say about it, anyway.

So, will we be reliving our old styles from hair days gone by? Unclear. If you’re not a Gen X’er — or even a Gen Y’er — this nostalgic moment in beauty may actually feel new and fresh. But for those who lived through it the first time around, 90s hair may feel, well, best left in the 90s. Either way, we’re having fun strolling down memory lane. Check out the slideshow above and join us, won’t you?

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Video: Meet Polar Explorer Vincent Colliard and the IceLegacy Project

Our planet is undergoing some serious changes at the moment in regards to climate. Whether or not man is having an impact on that is subject to debate depending on who you speak with. To help understand that impact further, French polar explorer Vincent Colliard had joined forces with Norwegian legend Børge Ousland to form the IceLegacy Project. The duo intend to ski across 20 largest glaciers in…

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Meet Robert Mueller, the former FBI director and tenacious investigator now leading the Trump-Russia probe

Robert Mueller

It’s been almost five months since Robert Mueller became the special counsel in the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 elections and whether President Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with the Kremlin.

In Washington, Mueller has a reputation for being a tenacious investigator. Both Republicans and Democrats welcomed his appointment in May with bipartisan backing.

The increasing breadth of his investigation, however, has irked some Trump supporters.

Mueller’s colleagues, meanwhile, say he has proven his bipartisan bona fides over the years. After all, he served under both Republican and Democratic presidents as FBI director and as an attorney in the Department of Justice.

As the probe into Trump and his associates heats up, here’s a look at Mueller’s history:

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Born Robert Swan Mueller III in New York City in 1944, “Bob” grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, the elder brother to four younger sisters. Their father was an executive at DuPont. He captained the soccer, hockey, and lacrosse teams in high school.

Sources: FBI, St. Paul’s School

Mueller went to undergrad at Princeton University, got his Master’s in international relations from New York University, and graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1973.

Source: FBI

When one of his friends died in the Vietnam War, Mueller was inspired to join the military. He had been previously pursuing a career in the medical field.

Source: Princeton Alumni Weekly


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Fernando Alonso to run Indy 500 retro helmet in F1's US GP

McLaren Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso will run his Indianapolis 500 crash helmet design at next weekend’s United States Grand Prix in Austin

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Non-listed F1 parts from Ferrari would provide 'huge' step – Sauber

Frederic Vasseur says taking non-listed parts from Ferrari would help Sauber make a “huge” step, as he weighs up the extent to which the two Formula 1 outfits will collaborate

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Motegi MotoGP: Marc Marquez dominates wet first practice

Marc Marquez led a rain-soaked opening practice session for MotoGP’s Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi, beating nearest rival Aleix Espargaro by almost nine tenths of a second

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