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- Piquet is a game of exchanging cards, declaring combinations, and playing tricks with the object of scoring more points than your opponent.
- Piquet is an old fascinating french game, one of the loved amusements at Ludovics' courtyard.
- Piquet is a card game for two players.
- Piquet is a game of exchanging cards, declaring points, sequences and sets, and then playing off the cards as tricks.
- Piquet was a youthful prodigy in British Formula 3 during the late 1970s, and his promotion to Formula One heralded one of the great careers in the sport.
- Piquet started in fourth, with Derek Warwick an excellent fifth for Toleman.
- Piquet is played with a 32-card deck normally referred to as a piquet deck.
- While he convalesced, Piquet and Mansell notched up nine victories to clinch the constructors' championship, the team's fifth F1 world title.
- Over the course of the 16-race season, the Honda-engined FW11 claimed nine victories for the British team and their drivers Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet.
- Lauda was joined for 1984 by Alain Prost who had narrowly lost the 1983 championship to Nelson Piquet.
- Piquet abandoned at the start with transmission problems and Lauda had a overheating engine.
- In September 2009, after being dropped by Renault, Piquet said that the crash had been intentional and had been requested by Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds.
- Piquet finished 5th in 1984 and a mere 8th in 1985 in the respective Drivers Championships.
- Some dress, some dance, some play, not to forget Your piquet parties, and your dear basset.
- There were no changes until lap 11 when Piquet tried to pass Patrese and went through an escape road, allowing Nannini to get ahead.
- Classic piquet, also known as Piquet au Cent: Played to 100 or 101 points, regardless of how many hands it takes to reach 100, usually five or six.
- Piquet made an error with 4 laps to go, allowing Mansell to close right up.
- Piquet eventually retired, allowing Mansell to focus on catching the leading Lotus.
- Mansell won ahead of Berger, Prost, Senna who was classified fourth, Piquet and Gachot.
- He started using his mother's maiden name, Piquet, in his motor racing career to hide his identity.
- Mansell closed in on Piquet, breaking the lap record 3 times towards the finish, taking 2 seconds a lap out of his lead.
- Berger blasted past Piquet soon afterwards as Mansell began to catch Senna.
- Nelson Piquet and his BT54 were hampered by Pirelli tyres in 1985.
- Prost finished the 1987 season in fourth, 30 points behind champion Nelson Piquet.
- Piquet scored first points for Brabham-BMW, as did Serra with Fittipaldi.
- Nelson Piquet wins his third world championship for Williams.
- Ambigu is a French card game, composed of the characteristic elements of whist, bouillotte and piquet.
- Piquet runs some other businesses, based in Brasília.
- A move in 1986 to Williams saw Piquet becoming the team-mate of one of his fiercest rivals, Nigel Mansell.
- At the start, Mansell's snaky start almost took Prost out and the McLarens blasted by them with Piquet getting by Prost as well.
- On Friday, Nigel Mansell's Williams was fastest in both qualifying sessions, ahead of Senna's Lotus and Piquet, in the second Williams.
- Piquet retired from Formula1 in 1991 which marked the end of a career mixed with ups and downs.
- Piquet retired definitely from F1 and suffered a terrible accident when attempting to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 race in 1992.
- This surprising development is tantamount to an admission that Nelson Piquet Jnr was instructed to crash to help Fernando Alonso win the race.
- In over 200 races went to the Brazilian Nelson Piquet, to compete for places on the winner podiums.
- Reutemann arrived in Las Vegas with a one point lead in the Championship over Brazilian Nelson Piquet.
- Nelson Piquet took what would turn out to be his last victory for Benetton and Senna went on to win the championship.
- Benetton team principle, Flavio Briatore, would ultimately shout loudest, positioning Michael alongside Nelson Piquet at Benetton.
- The German had a huge crash in qualifying while Nelson Piquet completed the top 10 in his Benetton.
- He was followed out by Nelson Piquet who spun on lap 2 and Jean Alesi who spun off on lap 3 attempting a rather foolhardy pass on Stefano Modena.
- Piquet Jr. finished fourth in the team's best performance of the season.
- Piquet Jr. finished an impressive sixth in his first-ever CWTS race at Daytona in February.
- Piquet Jr believes that it is crucial to make a swift return to rescue his motor racing career.
- His team mate was the team's former test driver, the young Finn Heikki Kovalainen, who was replaced as test driver by Nelson Piquet Jr.
- After spending much of the race among the top 10, she bumped fenders with Nelson Piquet Jr.
- Behind them Piquet, who had tyre trouble (he did not stop) spun, giving fifth to Senna.
- Piquet was established by the 16th cent., was popular in France, Spain, and Italy, and spread to England under the name cent (one hundred).
- The three championship contenders were running 1-2-3 -- Piquet, Prost, Mansell.
- Nelson Piquet would have lost all three of his World Championships.
- Piquet is one of the oldest card games and is widely regarded to be the finest and most challenging card game ever devised for two players.
- The partnership with Alfa Romeo ended during the 1979 season, the team's first with young Brazilian driver Nelson Piquet.
- The challenge of Piquet is to balance the exchange, the declarations and the trick winning in order to have the maximum advantage over the opponent.
- Our strategy was good but if we had been able to run for just another few laps it would have made my day, just as it did for Piquet Jr.
- Piquet let him through without a fight, knowing that the Ferrari was planning a fuel and tire stop, while he was not.
- Piquet had to settle for fourth in his first drive for Benetton.
- Patrick also overshadowed the stock car debut of Formula 1 driver Nelson Piquet, Jr., who finished 27th in Eddie Sharp's no.
- Hamilton, who was consistently more than a second faster than the rest of the field, caught up to Piquet in 10 laps.
- He went into the race just needing to finish in 3rd place no matter where his two rivals for the Championship - Nelson Piquet and Alain Prost - finished.
- Nigel Mansell led away and was joined by teammate Nelson Piquet at the front after he passed Prost on the Mistral Straight.
- At the end of the race, an exhausted Piquet was quoted saying to a friend he would “never sit in a cockpit again”.
- Piquet gambled on reaching the end of the race without a tyre change.
- When Rosberg finally got by de Cesaris for third at the end of lap 11, he was almost 15 seconds behind Piquet, but clearly faster.
- Hamilton then quickly closed the two-second gap to Piquet and passed him in the same place, and in similar fashion, on lap 60.
- The card game Piquet is said to have derived its name from that of its inventor, who contrived it to amuse Charles VI of France.
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