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Determinants Of The Best Car Insurance Policy

Your car is deemed unfit or gets involved in a theft at a certain point in your life where you, as hapless sufferers, can do nothing except mourn after the irretrievable loss. This is where car insurance companies step in; where others can only provide you with a shoulder to cry on; these car insurance companies ensure your financial soundness and aid you in recovering the financial loss in its entirety. They cannot return your property but can cover your financial expenses so you don’t have to bear the repercussions.

The tragedy befallen upon you cannot be reversed, however it can be recovered. When you are beset by countless financial crises, it is a little wonder that you quickly lose interest in the activities of life. Auto insurance companies will ensure that your constant activity in life is not interrupted by a small mishap. However, insurance payments will differ between age groups.

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Figure 8 Stock Car Racing

Put together oval racing, road racing, and demolition derby and you have Figure 8 racing. The sport began way back in the late 1940s, just right after the Second World War. At the time, the tracks that were used overpass systems just to make sure that the race cars will not cross each other’s tracks and paths. The famous Indianapolis Speedrome was the first ever location of such races (and the first ever speedrome in Indy), as history tells us. Its track ran a good 1/5 mile in length. Consequently, the Indianapolis Speedrome is also the oldest of all the tracks in the world or Figure 8 racing in the United States. Since then, the location has been hosting the yearly “World Figure 8″ races. This event is more popularly called as the world championship event. One of the more interesting races ever held was the three-hour world championship race back in 1977, which is up to this day a very famous point in the history of all racing.

Because of the tremendous publicity that the racing hype stirred up at the time, it has been a regularly televised event, particularly in the show “Wide World of Sports” from the ABC network, particularly during races held at New York’s Islip Speedway. This publicity was the brainchild of a certain Larry Mendelsohn who thought of an idea to bring racers from different areas together for a grand event. The winner emerges as a racing hero in the world championship. The idea generated a great deal of buzz from the racing fans and enthusiasts that the network ABC bought it and televised the events. The Islip Speedway held its first ever Figure 8 race on August 11, 1962.

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