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  • Despite taking a rough turn in the second half of 2017, driver Sebastian Vettel is reportedly still enjoying his stay at Ferrari. The 30-year-old German has seen year-on-year improvement with the team, and according to a recent report, he doesn't have any plans to pick up and leaving in the near future.In an interview with Playboy, Vettel revealed that he still has unfinished work in Maranello. That includes winning a title."I think everyone who has sat in a Ferrari feels that it is something very special," said Vettel. When asked if he'd considered switching teams after what some may call his most successful year yet at Ferrari, he explained, "I don't know. I haven't become champion with Ferrari yet."A comparison had been drawn with last year's Formula 1 champion, Nico Rosberg, who retired almost immediately after the season's end. Vettel was questioned if he would choose the same path had he been in Rosberg's situation, to which he responded, "I..

    Sebstian Vettel Won’t Be Leaving Ferrari Anytime Soon

    Despite taking a rough turn in the second half of 2017, driver Sebastian Vettel is reportedly still enjoying his stay at Ferrari. The 30-year-old German has seen year-on-year improvement with the team, and according to a recent report, he doesn't have any plans to pick up and leaving in the near future.In an interview with Playboy, Vettel revealed that he still has unfinished work in Maranello. That includes winning a title."I think everyone who has sat in a Ferrari feels that it is something very special," said Vettel. When asked if he'd considered switching teams after what some may call his most successful year yet at Ferrari, he explained, "I don't know. I haven't become champion with Ferrari yet."A comparison had been drawn with last year's Formula 1 champion, Nico Rosberg, who retired almost immediately after the season's end. Vettel was questioned if he would choose the same path had he been in Rosberg's situation, to which he responded, "I..
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  • Despite taking a rough turn in the second half of 2017, driver Sebastian Vettel is reportedly still enjoying his stay at Ferrari. The 30-year-old German has seen year-on-year improvement with the team, and according to a recent report, he doesn't have any plans to pick up and leaving in the near future.In an interview with Playboy, Vettel revealed that he still has unfinished work in Maranello. That includes winning a title."I think everyone who has sat in a Ferrari feels that it is something very special," said Vettel. When asked if he'd considered switching teams after what some may call his most successful year yet at Ferrari, he explained, "I don't know. I haven't become champion with Ferrari yet."A comparison had been drawn with last year's Formula 1 champion, Nico Rosberg, who retired almost immediately after the season's end. Vettel was questioned if he would choose the same path had he been in Rosberg's situation, to which he responded, "I..

    Sebstian Vettel Won’t Be Leaving Ferrari Anytime Soon

    Despite taking a rough turn in the second half of 2017, driver Sebastian Vettel is reportedly still enjoying his stay at Ferrari. The 30-year-old German has seen year-on-year improvement with the team, and according to a recent report, he doesn't have any plans to pick up and leaving in the near future.In an interview with Playboy, Vettel revealed that he still has unfinished work in Maranello. That includes winning a title."I think everyone who has sat in a Ferrari feels that it is something very special," said Vettel. When asked if he'd considered switching teams after what some may call his most successful year yet at Ferrari, he explained, "I don't know. I haven't become champion with Ferrari yet."A comparison had been drawn with last year's Formula 1 champion, Nico Rosberg, who retired almost immediately after the season's end. Vettel was questioned if he would choose the same path had he been in Rosberg's situation, to which he responded, "I..
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  • A mother in Orlando, Florida has been arrested after leaving her three-year-old daughter in a locked car on a scorching hot day while visiting a prisoner at the Orange County Jail, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Florida Man, meet Florida Woman.The Orange County Sheriff's Office told reporters 21-year-old Rachael Etienne left the little girl roasting in the jail parking lot for about twenty minutes on Monday before a staff member noticed her and raised the alarm. Nearby officers ran to the rescue and pulled her out of the hot car just in time—outside temperatures were in the low 90s with a heat index of 110 degrees, and she was reportedly "drenched in sweat" when they found her. Thankfully, she was otherwise uninjured.Deputies arrested Etienne in the jail's visitation room and charged her with child neglect, and her daughter was placed with a family member by the Department of Children and Family Services. She initially told officers she left a teenage friend with the girl to..

    Florida Woman Arrested After Leaving Child in Hot Car in Jail Parking Lot

    A mother in Orlando, Florida has been arrested after leaving her three-year-old daughter in a locked car on a scorching hot day while visiting a prisoner at the Orange County Jail, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Florida Man, meet Florida Woman.The Orange County Sheriff's Office told reporters 21-year-old Rachael Etienne left the little girl roasting in the jail parking lot for about twenty minutes on Monday before a staff member noticed her and raised the alarm. Nearby officers ran to the rescue and pulled her out of the hot car just in time—outside temperatures were in the low 90s with a heat index of 110 degrees, and she was reportedly "drenched in sweat" when they found her. Thankfully, she was otherwise uninjured.Deputies arrested Etienne in the jail's visitation room and charged her with child neglect, and her daughter was placed with a family member by the Department of Children and Family Services. She initially told officers she left a teenage friend with the girl to..
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  • NBC's coverage of Formula 1 will end this year. Autoweek reports that the series will be moving to ESPN for 2018 and beyond.“ESPN has had a long commitment to motorsports, and Formula 1 is a crown jewel in the sport,” said Burke Magnus, ESPN Executive Vice President of Programming and Scheduling, to Autoweek. “There are many passionate Formula 1 fans in the U.S. and we look forward to bringing the pageantry, spectacle, and excitement of F1 to viewers across the ESPN platform.”ESPN will air all 2018 races live on either ESPN, ESPN2, or ABC. Only two races will be broadcasted over-the-air on ABC, but most racing fans already have cable or satellite TV that provides the additional networks. Interestingly, the first Formula 1 race ever aired in the U.S. was on ABC in 1962.NBC Sports Group has more than doubled Formula 1 viewership since holding broadcast rights to the series. Average viewership on cable (NBCSN, CNBC) increased from 187,000 viewers in 2013 to 440,000 viewers today. ..

    Formula 1 Is Leaving NBC Sports, Moving to ESPN

    NBC's coverage of Formula 1 will end this year. Autoweek reports that the series will be moving to ESPN for 2018 and beyond.“ESPN has had a long commitment to motorsports, and Formula 1 is a crown jewel in the sport,” said Burke Magnus, ESPN Executive Vice President of Programming and Scheduling, to Autoweek. “There are many passionate Formula 1 fans in the U.S. and we look forward to bringing the pageantry, spectacle, and excitement of F1 to viewers across the ESPN platform.”ESPN will air all 2018 races live on either ESPN, ESPN2, or ABC. Only two races will be broadcasted over-the-air on ABC, but most racing fans already have cable or satellite TV that provides the additional networks. Interestingly, the first Formula 1 race ever aired in the U.S. was on ABC in 1962.NBC Sports Group has more than doubled Formula 1 viewership since holding broadcast rights to the series. Average viewership on cable (NBCSN, CNBC) increased from 187,000 viewers in 2013 to 440,000 viewers today. ..
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  • Effective at the end of the 2017 season, Ford Performance, Ken Block, and the Hoonigan Racing Division will be ending their FIA World Rallycross Championship racing program. Block has been with Ford Performance since 2010 when he jumped over from a Subaru. According to Ford, Block will continue to serve as a global ambassador of the Ford brand. “Although we have thoroughly enjoyed competing in the exciting FIA World Rallycross Championship, it’s a natural time for us to take a break as the future of the series takes shape," Dave Pericak, Global Director of Ford Performance said in a press release. "To continue in WRX would have required the development of a new race car, and with so much discussion happening around the future of rallycross from a powertrain package standpoint, it made sense for us to pause until it’s better defined. Rest assured, we remain absolutely committed to hot hatches and all things performance and think rallycross has a bright future.”"Both myself and Ford P..

    Ford, Ken Block, and Hoonigan Racing Leaving FIA World Rallycross Championship

    Effective at the end of the 2017 season, Ford Performance, Ken Block, and the Hoonigan Racing Division will be ending their FIA World Rallycross Championship racing program. Block has been with Ford Performance since 2010 when he jumped over from a Subaru. According to Ford, Block will continue to serve as a global ambassador of the Ford brand. “Although we have thoroughly enjoyed competing in the exciting FIA World Rallycross Championship, it’s a natural time for us to take a break as the future of the series takes shape," Dave Pericak, Global Director of Ford Performance said in a press release. "To continue in WRX would have required the development of a new race car, and with so much discussion happening around the future of rallycross from a powertrain package standpoint, it made sense for us to pause until it’s better defined. Rest assured, we remain absolutely committed to hot hatches and all things performance and think rallycross has a bright future.”"Both myself and Ford P..
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  • Owners of computers based on Intel's Clover Trail generation of Atom processors, released between late 2012 and mid-2013, are reportedly finding that they are unable to install the Windows 10 Creators' Update, also known as Windows 10 v1703. Users have reported seeing a message saying "Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC" when trying to complete the Windows 10 update process. An error code displayed with the message points users to a note that suggests that software incompatibility is the reason that the automated process fails.The devices affected include low-cost laptops, tablets and convertible 2-in-1s. There are four consumer Clover Trail CPUs; the Intel Atom Z2760, Z2520, Z2560 and Z2580. It is likely that a huge number of Clover Trail-based PCs from all the world's major manufacturers have been sold. Many were originally shipped with Windows 8 or 8.1, but users were prompted to upgrade to Windows 10 for free when it was released - with Microsoft promoting..

    Windows 10 Updates Are Failing on Some PCs, Leaving Them at Risk

    Owners of computers based on Intel's Clover Trail generation of Atom processors, released between late 2012 and mid-2013, are reportedly finding that they are unable to install the Windows 10 Creators' Update, also known as Windows 10 v1703. Users have reported seeing a message saying "Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC" when trying to complete the Windows 10 update process. An error code displayed with the message points users to a note that suggests that software incompatibility is the reason that the automated process fails.The devices affected include low-cost laptops, tablets and convertible 2-in-1s. There are four consumer Clover Trail CPUs; the Intel Atom Z2760, Z2520, Z2560 and Z2580. It is likely that a huge number of Clover Trail-based PCs from all the world's major manufacturers have been sold. Many were originally shipped with Windows 8 or 8.1, but users were prompted to upgrade to Windows 10 for free when it was released - with Microsoft promoting..
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