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2001 FIA GT Championship Season - Drivers Championship - N-GT Standings
... Points towards the 2001 N GT Cup for Drivers were awarded to the top six N GT class finishers in the order of 10–6–4–3–2–1 at each round except at the Spa 24 ... The title was awarded jointly to Christian Pescatori and David Terrien who drove the No 62 Ferrari 360 Modena entered by JMB Competition ...
2001 FIA GT Championship Season - Drivers Championship - GT Standings
... Points towards the 2001 FIA GT Championship for Drivers were awarded to the top six GT class finishers at each round in the order of 10–6–4–3–2–1 except at the Spa 24 ... The title was awarded jointly to Christoiphe Bouchut and Jean-Philippe Belloc who shared the wheel of the No 7 Chrysler Viper GTS-R entered by the Larbre Competition – Chereau team ...
2007 American Le Mans Series Season - Drivers Championship
... For most races, points are awarded to the top 10 finishers in the following order 20-16-13-10-8-6-4-3-2-1 For the four hour Road America 500 and Monterey Sports Car Championships are scored in ... Drivers failing to drive for at least 45 minutes in the race are not awarded points, with the exception of the Long Beach round where drivers need only 30 minutes minimum ...
New Zealand Scholarship - About
... After 1962 scholarships were awarded by the Universities Entrance Board ... From 1989 to 2003 scholarships were awarded to the top 3-4% of Bursary students ... external examination and that scholarships be awarded ...
Umrao Singh
... in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces ... officer in the Royal Artillery or the Royal Indian Artillery to be awarded the Victoria Cross during the Second World War, and the last survivor of only 40 Indian ...

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