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  3. Shinola (retail company) - Wikipedia

    Shinola is an American lifestyle brand based in Detroit, Michigan.It produces and sells watches, bicycles, leather goods, clocks, home goods, and jewelry. Founded in 2011, Shinola takes its name from a common saying that harkens back to the defunct Shinola shoe polish company.

  4. Landing gear - Wikipedia

    The landing gear represents 2.5 to 5% of the maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) and 1.5 to 1.75% of the aircraft cost, but 20% of the airframe direct maintenance cost. A suitably-designed wheel can support 30 t (66,000 lb), tolerate a ground speed of 300 km/h and roll a distance of 500,000 km (310,000 mi) ; it has a 20,000 hours time between overhaul and a 60,000 hours or 20 year life time.

  5. Crash at Crush - Wikipedia

    The Crash at Crush: Texas' Great Pre-arranged Train Wreck. M.A. thesis, University of Texas at Austin, May 1975. Ramos, Mary G. (1993). "The Crash at Crush". Texas Almanac. Texas State Historical Association. Archived from the original on 2006-11-19. Krystek, Lee (2005). "The Great Texas Train Crash at Crush". The Museum of Unnatural Mystery.

  6. J. J. Yeley - Wikipedia

    Christopher Beltram Hernandez "J. J." Yeley (born October 5, 1976) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 66 for MBM Motorsports and part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 55 Ford Mustang for MBM Motorsports and the No. 15 Ford for Rick Ware Racing.

  7. Dan Wheldon - Wikipedia

    For the 2005 season, Wheldon again drove for AGR. He started from eleventh to lead a race-high 158 of 200 laps of the Homestead–Miami Speedway season-opener to win. After that, Wheldon went on to win consecutive races at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg (his first road course series win), and the Indy Japan 300 for the second successive year.

  8. IndyCar Series - Wikipedia

    The wheel rims for all IndyCar Series cars are made of aluminum alloy. The size of IndyCar Series wheel rims have been 10 in × 15 in (254 mm × 381 mm) on the front and 14 in × 15 in (356 mm × 381 mm) on the rear since 1996; this size will be used until at least the 2022 season. 18-inch wheel rims will be adopted if the Dallara DW12 's ...

  9. KTVT - Wikipedia

    KTVT (channel 11) is a television station licensed to Fort Worth, Texas, United States, broadcasting CBS programming to the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex.It is owned by the network's CBS News and Stations division alongside independent outlet KTXA (channel 21).