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    Default 2006 Formula 1 Circuits discussion

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    2006 Formula 1 Circuits

    2006 Formula 1 Circuits

    with data, date and photo....



    enjoy :->


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    Default If images not show

    If you open GE again but KMZ file not show images ..
    just double click at original kmz file again.

    sorry for my english
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    How do I open this is so I can see it on GE. It's not like a normal link?

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    Smile

    If you open in GE by file-> open it will not show images in each placemarks.
    (i dont kow why? :->)
    the only way to see images is.... double click at kmz file.

    ps.
    I find how to create kmz with images (not use web link) from RoboGEO program.
    See html tag that RoboGEO crated and apply for my kmz.

    sorry for my english
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    Cool Belgian Grand Prix called off !!!from f1.com

    news from www.f1.com
    http://www.formula1.com/news/3984.html


    Belgian Grand Prix called off

    There will be no Belgian Grand Prix this season, the FIA announced on Wednesday. The race has been called off to allow time for the completion of extensive improvement work to facilities at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit.

    Belgiumĺs National Sporting Authority, the RACB, wrote to the governing body to notify them of the withdrawal of the event from the 2006 FIA Formula One World Championship.

    The FIA hope the race, which was scheduled for September 17, will return to the calendar from 2007 onwards. Its cancellation means the 2006 season will now feature 18 races, with a three-week break in September between the Italian and Chinese Grands Prix.

    Since the inception of the Formula One world championship in 1950, the Belgian Grand Prix has featured on the calendar almost every year, the only exceptions being 1957, 1959, 1969, 1971 and 2003.
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