Contact between Jimmie Johnson and Paul Menard with inclement weather looming set off a multi-car accident in Sunday’s Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona International Speedway.Johnson was moving to the inside to pass Menard for the lead when the two cars made contact. That sent Menard’s No. 21 Wood Brothers Racing Ford spinning and wrecking into the outside wall, and several other cars were collected in the mayhem — officially, it was listed as a 17-car incident in the 20-car event.RELATED: Photos of the wreck, plus more from trackCaution was displayed at Lap 55 in a race in which Menard had led 52 of the first 55 laps.Johnson escaped damage and was declared the winner when the race was halted for rain minutes after the wreck.“Jimmie does that a lot at these tracks, so that’s unfortunate,” Menard told FS1. “Aggressive side-drafting caused that wreck.” Menard: ‘Jimmie does that a lot at these tracks’00:0000:0000:00GO LIVEFacebookTwitterEmailEmbedSpeedNormalAutoplay That rain was imminent had drivers darting through the field with aggressive moves, which included Johnson’s strong to catch the leader — one which ultimately ended Menard’s day and powered the seven-time series champion to victory.“I knew the rain was coming, so I was trying to set-up my move and make my run on the No. 21 car,” Johnson said. “I had it kind of set up down the backstretch a few laps prior to that, and then my opportunity came along. I made that move to the inside and then we kind of got together. I’m not sure if just the air breaking his bumper plane pulled his car over or if he was late to block, but it was just really a racing thing honestly.“So, I made my move and unfortunately he got sideways and it collected a bunch of cars.”MORE: Jimmie: “I don’t crash people to win”
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GAIL of India informed it will not be pursuing the FSRU project at Paradip Port in Odisha. The company said in a filing that its previous notice dated October 18, calling for Expressions of Interest for becoming a strategic partner in GAIL’s FSRU project has been withdrawn.The proposed facility was planned to have a Phase 1 send-out capacity of 4 mmtpa with a 170,000 cbm storage capacity, with a planned Phase 2 addition of another 4 mmtpa bringing the total capacity to 8 mmtpa.GAIL signed a memorandum of understanding with the Paradip Port Trust in October 2013, for the setup of the LNG terminal.[mappress mapid=”16399″]LNG World News Staff; Image: Paradip Port
USA: Genesee & Wyoming Inc’s Atlas Railroad Construction subsidiary is to be reorganised into a region-based commercial and operating structure, intended to facilitate expansion into the Midwest, Southeast and Southwest of the country. As part of this reorganisation, Atlas is relocating its headquarters from Bridgeville, Pennsylvania to Jacksonville, Florida.‘Moving to a region-based structure is key to our growth plans’, said Atlas President Gary Long. ‘While we will continue to maintain a strong presence in the Pittsburgh area, with our customers in the Northeast receiving the same high level of service, the move to Jacksonville provides access to a larger transportation and infrastructure workforce.’The company is aiming to leverage capabilities available within the G&W group to offer a turnkey service for customers seeking to develop rail-served industrial facilities, with Atlas able to build the track and other G&W subsidiaries providing shunting and terminal services.
Hurricane MariaLocalNewsRecovery Kalinago Territory benefits from Martinique fund raising concert by: Dominica Vibes News – November 20, 2017 Tweet Sharing is caring! Share Share Share 238 Views no discussions Mark Frampton, Dominica’s Honorary Consul resident in Martinique presenting the cheque of 5, 652 Euros to Parliamentary Representative for the Kalinago Territory and Minister for Kalinago Affairs Casius DarrouxThe Kalinago Territory received a financial gift of five thousand six hundred and fifty-two Euros, proceeds from a benefit concert held in Martinique. The event featured a number of musicians in Martinique to raise funds to assist Dominica post Hurricane Maria.Mark Frampton, Dominica’s Honorary Consul resident in Martinique said while presenting the cheque to Parliamentary Representative for the Kalinago Territory and Minister for Kalinago Affairs Casius Darroux during a short ceremony last week that he was happy to hand over such a gift. The contribution amounting to approximately eighteen thousand EC dollars he said is “coming from the solidarity of Martinique and musicians”.Meanwhile Mr. Darroux said, “I want to heartfully thank the people of Martinique for coming to our assistance after the passage of Maria.”He said while the entire country was devastated by the hurricane the Kalinago Territory suffered damage to ninety-five percent of homes. “We are in the process of rebuilding and this presentation is going to help us a long way in helping us to rebuild,” he said adding, “The money he said will be used to help to pay for labour for individuals who are building homes for the senior citizens in the Kalinago Territory.”He thanked all the musicians who participated in the benefit event thanking them for choosing the Kalinago community as one of the beneficiaries.
TOYOTA, Aichi Pref. – Australian Tamie Durdin reeled off three straight birdies to complete a sizzling 7-under-par 65 for a one-shot lead after the first round of the Chukyo TV Bridgestone Ladies Open on Friday. Winless Durdin, who produced her best finish of the season with a tie for 10th at last week’s Vernal Ladies, picked up two shots through her first three holes at Chukyo Golf Club before getting to grips with the Ishino Course on the back nine. The 30-year-old from Adelaide birdied the 10th and the 13th holes before her birdie rush from the 16th put her one stroke ahead of Shinobu Moromizato. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
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AN INTERVIEWThe introductory round of Fortuna: leagues brought very wild results, which offered an interesting statement about the form of individual teams. What is the opinion of the former excellent stopper and currently an expert of O2 TV Sport Jan Rajnoch on the first matches of the new year?