When did Gerhard Berger crash?
On this day in 1989, Formula 1 witnessed one of the most terrifying accidents of modern times as Gerhard Berger suffered a high-speed crash at Imola that resulted in his car erupting in flames thanks to the fuel tank rupturing.
How do you pronounce Berger in German?
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Who is the shortest F1 driver ever?
Yuki Tsunoda Japanese rookie Yuki Tsunoda is now officially the shortest driver on the grid at 1.59m (5 2”) , with a weight of 54kg (8st 7lbs). He is followed by McLarens Lando Norris, formerly the shortest driver in F1, who stands at around 1.70m.
Who is the oldest F1 champion?
Fangio Fangio is the oldest winner of the World Drivers Championship; he was 46 years and 41 days old when he won the 1957 title....By season.Season1950DriverGiuseppe FarinaAge44ConstructorChassisAlfa RomeoEngineAlfa Romeo25 more columns
How old is Max Verstappen in years and days?
Max Verstappen info & statisticsNameMax VerstappenCountryNetherlandsPlace of BirthHasselt (Belgium)Date of BirthSep 30th 1997 - 24 years oldSeason Entries78 more rows
Why are they called Berger cookies?
The name Berger cookie comes from its creators, Henry and George Berger. Henry and George were the sons of another Henry Berger who was the owner of the East Baltimore bakery. It was the younger brother Henry who inherited the old bakery, while George and their other brother, Otto, each opened their own bakeries.
Is Berger cookies still in business?
along with business associate John Koehler, in control of the company, until 1994, when Charles DeBaufre Jr. became the sole proprietor of Berger Cookies. Charles Jr. is still running the business today.