American Le Mans Series at Sebring with Audi Finishing First and Second Place

With a awesome victory, Audi returned this year to the world famous Sebring International Raceway for the very first time since 2009 on Sat., March 17th, 2012. This 60th Anniversary for Mobil 1’s famous event, “Twelve Hours of Sebring” was backed in full by Powered by Fresh from Florida. Dindo Capello, Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish all finished the 301 laps, all driving their Audi R18’s and winning by an overall 4 laps. This was all accomplished in the very first race of the American Le Mans Series. Once again, this ALMS race was shown by the world known Tequila Patron and The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) World Endurance Championship.

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Sebring Rewards Audi with the Checker Flag

With a great victory, Audi returned this year to the famous Sebring International Raceway for the very first time since 2009 on Sat., March 17th, 2012. This 60th Anniversary for Mobil 1’s famous event, “Twelve Hours of Sebring” was financed in full by Powered by Fresh from Florida. Dindo Capello, Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish all finished the 301 laps, all driving their Audi R18’s and winning by an overall 4 laps. This was all accomplished in the very first race of the American Le Mans Series. Once again, this endurance race was featured by the world known Tequila Patron and The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) World Endurance Championship.

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Important Home Upkeep Tips For Homeowners In Florida

Homes are more susceptible to the seasonal changes than any other thing, and the varying climatic conditions, temperature changes, and ageing causes Merritt Island FL homesto look lifeless and shabby if not sorted at concern. Additionally, by taking correct maintenance actions prior to the season change, you can't only go on with the smooth running condition of your house, but also saves heavy amount of money on mend or replacement.

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Chinese Drywall and Your Health

Chinese drywall controversy is a health and safety issue involving defective drywall manufactured in China and imported by the United States starting in 2001.Drywall is a common building material typically made of a layer of gypsum-based plaster pressed between two thick sheets of paper, then dried in a kiln. Foreign drywall was imported by the United States during the construction boom between 2004 and 2007. Importation was further spurred by a shortage of American-made drywall due to the rebuilding demand of nine hurricanes that hit Florida from 2004 to 2005, and widespread damage caused along the Gulf Coast by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. An analysis covering drywall imports since January 2006 showed that more than 550 million pounds of Chinese drywall was brought into the United States since then, enough to build 60,000 average-sized homes.

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