|1||Neel Jani||60||Sprint Race, 2005–06|
|2||Alex Yoong||54||Feature Race, 2005–06|
|3||Jeroen Bleekemolen||47||Sprint Race, 2006–07|
|4||Robbie Kerr||46||Sprint Race, 2005–06|
|5||Salvador Durán||44||Sprint Race, 2005–06|
|Adrian Zaugg||44||Sprint Race, 2006–07|
|7||Narain Karthikeyan||40||Sprint Race, 2006–07|
|Ananda Mikola||40||Sprint Race, 2005–06|
|Enrico Toccacelo||40||Sprint Race, 2005–06|
|10||Tomáš Enge||38||Sprint Race, 2005–06|
|Jonny Reid||38||Sprint Race, 2005–06|
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Famous quotes containing the word caps:
“... people were so ridiculous with their illusions, carrying their fools caps unawares, thinking their own lies opaque while everybody elses were transparent, making themselves exceptions to everything, as if when all the world looked yellow under a lamp they alone were rosy.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)
“At the milliners, the ladies we met were so much dressed, that I should rather have imagined they were making visits than purchases. But what diverted me most was, that we were more frequently served by men than by women; and such men! so finical, so affected! they seemed to understand every part of a womans dress better than we do ourselves; and they recommended caps and ribbons with an air of so much importance, that I wished to ask them how long they had left off wearing them.”
—Frances Burney (17521840)