Grand Prix Circuit

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1972 Commercial Union Assurance Grand Prix
... The 1972 Commercial Union Assurance Grand Prix was a professional tennis circuit held that year and organized by the International Lawn Tennis Federation (ILTF) ... It consisted of 33 Grand Prix tournaments including three of the four Grand Slam tournaments and ran from February through December ... The 1972 Grand Prix circuit ran in competition with the 1972 World Championship Tennis circuit as well as the smaller 1972 USLTA Indoor Circuit ...
Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit - History - Grand Prix Circuit
... About 2 km away from the original circuit, it still bears the corner name signs of the original circuit. 500 production car race was held at the circuit ... Extensive damage resulted from the running of the 1962 Armstrong 500, and, with the circuit owners unable to finace repairs, the race was moved to the Mount Panorama Circuit at Bathurst in New ...
List Of Grand Prix Motorcycle Circuits - List of Circuits
... Current circuits (for the 2012 season) are shown in bold ... Circuit Type Direction Location Race(s) Season(s) Total Map A1-Ring race circuit Clockwise Spielberg Austrian Grand Prix 1996-1997 2 Albi road circuit Clockwise Albi French Grand Prix ...
Greg Murphy - V8 Supercars 500km Event Results
... Jason Richards 14th 2008 ... Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit 3 Sprint Gas Racing Holden VE Commodore Jason Richards DNF 2009 ... Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit 51 Sprint Gas Racing ...
Laura Lepistö - Career - Early Career
... season, Lepistö debuted on the ISU Junior Grand Prix circuit ... She placed 12th at the 2003–2004 ISU Junior Grand Prix event in Bulgaria and 8th at the event in Croatia ... In the 2004–2005 season, she competed on the Junior Grand Prix circuit ...

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