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New Zealand

, with responsibility for New Zealand surveying and place naming in Antarctica. Named by J.H. Miller of the New Zealand party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1956-58) who, with G.W. Marsh, explored this area. It was named for Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, the patron of the expedition. __NOTOC__ The field featured works Coopers for Brabham and 22-year-old


Italy

of the SR16bis on the coast of Pescara. It was also the first of the two consecutive Italian races, and after the subsequent race at Monza (1957 Italian Grand Prix) was complete, it became the first time that two Formula One races had been held in the same country in the same year. The field featured works Coopers for Brabham and 22-year-old Bruce McLaren of New Zealand; blue Rob Walker (Rob Walker Racing Team)-entered Coopers for Moss and Frenchman (France) Maurice Trintignant; four


France

'' and . The field featured works Coopers for Brabham and 22-year-old Bruce McLaren of New Zealand; blue Rob Walker (Rob Walker Racing Team)-entered Coopers for Moss and Frenchman (France) Maurice Trintignant; four Ferraris—three in Italian (Italy) red for Englishmen (England) Brooks and Cliff Allison, and German (Germany) Wolfgang von Trips; one in American white and blue for Phil Hill; front-engined Lotuses (Team Lotus) for Innes


Germany

of punched cards, Herman Hollerith. In the following years, Dehomag, obeying the direct orders of IBM and Thomas J. Watson, became the main provider of computing expertise and equipment in Nazi Germany. Dehomag gave the Nazi party the means for a large census of the population and for searching its data. The field featured works Coopers for Brabham and 22-year-old Bruce McLaren of New Zealand; blue Rob Walker (Rob Walker Racing Team)-entered


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