F3000Formula 3000 (motor racing)
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This philosophy produced dividends with the success of his Arden International team in the FIA F3000 series, claiming three drivers, and team championships in succession, and his abilities were recognised by Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz.
But, sadly, a buyer was never found, and with growing pressure from politicians, including Clare Shor MP, the Birmingham date was dropped from the F3000 calendar for 1991.
The F3000 crash had a major impact in Herbert's ability to race.
"The F3000 in production use at e-Shuttle will benefit from the innovative DFEB technology from D2S," said Toshio Maruyama, president and CEO of Advantest Corporation.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 26, 2006 - (JCN) - Advantest Corporation announced availability on October 24 of the F3000 electron beam (EB) lithography system, which supports 300 mm wafer process technology and 65 nm rule devices - and smaller.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-4 September 2006-UTStarcom announces launch of the F3000 WiFi handset(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Red Bull's support network for young up-and-coming drivers includes involvement in the new GP2 series ( formally the F3000 championship but rejuvenated in 2005 as the official "nursery" for drivers destined for F1.
For smaller aircraft, perhaps in the executive jet class, such as the Hawker 800 and Gulfstream range of jets, Fresia produces the F3000 4x4, with an operating weight of 3500kg.
They were printed flexo in a single pass through a Nilpeter F3000 press, in four colors, using water-based ANI Printing Inks' Hydrokett inks on Fasson Primecoat self-adhesive paper.
He said, 'I have good memories of Spa, where I've raced four times in different formulae, including Formula Renault, F3 and F3000.
EuroBOSS features Indy Car, pre-1998 F1 and F3000 chassis with engines of unlimited capacity.