I will not be on here on Thursday because I'm going to Kentucky.Read more >
Since this year is the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, I decided to create a list of the worst races.
By far one of the best races and of many firsts. Tom Sneva broke 200 miles per hour, and Janet Guthrie became the first woman to qualify. A.J. Foyt made his fourth win. Ranked 1.
The 1946 race only featured two crashes, which none were fatal. This was the first appearance of the race after WWII. George Robson won. Ranked 2.
No crashes occurred until lap 149, being a record for the race. Though with 9 laps remaining, Townsend Bell crashed into the wall, causing a red flag to be put out. Ryan Hunter-Reay won. Ranked 3.
By far the worst race to occur at the track. Two fatalities and 20+ injuries occurred. Swede Savage died on July 2, 1973 …
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NTC HAS ISSUED A TORNADO WARNING FOR SAUERKRAUT AND JACKSON COUNTIES IN COLOSSIANS UNTIL 7:45 PM EDT...A TORNADO HAS BEEN REPORTED ON THE GROUND NNW OF THE JACKSON SUBURB OF SCOPE...MAJOR DAMAGE HAS BEEN REPORTED...A NURSING HOME WAS DESTROYED AND INJURIES ARE UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME... Read more >
I will be inactive from March 11-18 due to a vacation to Georgia.Read more >
March 7, 2016
Hypothetical Cities and Countries
Dear fellow contributors,
- The most visited article changed today, replacing the July 6, 1996 tornadoes page. TornadoGenius takes the #1 spot again after gaining it back on March 2. Pinkcrazy, our wiki founder got her first Top 5 since September, when the New Sierra page was created. July 6, 1996 tornadoes takes the #3 spot as the Pierra, New Gilberto, Quextin page drops to #4.
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