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TOLEMAN
PIQUET DECK
NINE VICTORIES
LAUDA
FLAVIO BRIATORE
RESPECTIVE DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIPS
PIQUET PARTIES
LAP 11
PIQUET AU CENT
ALLOWING MANSELL
GACHOT
MOTOR RACING CAREER
MANSELL CLOSED
PAST PIQUET
PIRELLI TYRES
CHAMPION NELSON PIQUET
BRABHAM-BMW
NELSON PIQUET WINS
WHIST
BRASÍLIA
FIERCEST RIVALS
PIQUET GETTING
SECOND WILLIAMS
PIQUET RETIRED
NELSON PIQUET JNR
BRAZILIAN NELSON PIQUET
BENETTON
STEFANO MODENA
PIQUET JR
NELSON PIQUET JR
STOP
FRANCE
THREE
PLAYERS
ALFA ROMEO
OPPONENT
STRATEGY
PLANNING
FIRST
FORMULA
HAMILTON
NEEDING
FRONT
END
PLACE
CARD GAME
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Definitions

  1. Piquet is a game of exchanging cards, declaring combinations, and playing tricks with the object of scoring more points than your opponent. (Web site)
  2. Piquet is an old fascinating french game, one of the loved amusements at Ludovics' courtyard.
  3. Piquet is a card game for two players. (Web site)
  4. Piquet is a game of exchanging cards, declaring points, sequences and sets, and then playing off the cards as tricks.
  5. 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.

Toleman

  1. Piquet started in fourth, with Derek Warwick an excellent fifth for Toleman. (Web site)

Piquet Deck

  1. Piquet is played with a 32-card deck normally referred to as a piquet deck. (Web site)

Nine Victories

  1. While he convalesced, Piquet and Mansell notched up nine victories to clinch the constructors' championship, the team's fifth F1 world title.
  2. 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. (Web site)

Lauda

  1. Lauda was joined for 1984 by Alain Prost who had narrowly lost the 1983 championship to Nelson Piquet. (Web site)
  2. Piquet abandoned at the start with transmission problems and Lauda had a overheating engine. (Web site)

Flavio Briatore

  1. 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. (Web site)

Respective Drivers Championships

  1. Piquet finished 5th in 1984 and a mere 8th in 1985 in the respective Drivers Championships.

Piquet Parties

  1. Some dress, some dance, some play, not to forget Your piquet parties, and your dear basset.

Lap 11

  1. There were no changes until lap 11 when Piquet tried to pass Patrese and went through an escape road, allowing Nannini to get ahead.

Piquet Au Cent

  1. 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. (Web site)

Allowing Mansell

  1. Piquet made an error with 4 laps to go, allowing Mansell to close right up.
  2. Piquet eventually retired, allowing Mansell to focus on catching the leading Lotus. (Web site)

Gachot

  1. Mansell won ahead of Berger, Prost, Senna who was classified fourth, Piquet and Gachot. (Web site)

Motor Racing Career

  1. He started using his mother's maiden name, Piquet, in his motor racing career to hide his identity.

Mansell Closed

  1. Mansell closed in on Piquet, breaking the lap record 3 times towards the finish, taking 2 seconds a lap out of his lead.

Past Piquet

  1. Berger blasted past Piquet soon afterwards as Mansell began to catch Senna. (Web site)

Pirelli Tyres

  1. Nelson Piquet and his BT54 were hampered by Pirelli tyres in 1985. (Web site)

Champion Nelson Piquet

  1. Prost finished the 1987 season in fourth, 30 points behind champion Nelson Piquet. (Web site)

Brabham-Bmw

  1. Piquet scored first points for Brabham-BMW, as did Serra with Fittipaldi. (Web site)

Nelson Piquet Wins

  1. Nelson Piquet wins his third world championship for Williams. (Web site)

Whist

  1. Ambigu is a French card game, composed of the characteristic elements of whist, bouillotte and piquet.

Brasília

  1. Piquet runs some other businesses, based in Brasília. (Web site)

Fiercest Rivals

  1. A move in 1986 to Williams saw Piquet becoming the team-mate of one of his fiercest rivals, Nigel Mansell.

Piquet Getting

  1. At the start, Mansell's snaky start almost took Prost out and the McLarens blasted by them with Piquet getting by Prost as well.

Second Williams

  1. On Friday, Nigel Mansell's Williams was fastest in both qualifying sessions, ahead of Senna's Lotus and Piquet, in the second Williams. (Web site)

Piquet Retired

  1. Piquet retired from Formula1 in 1991 which marked the end of a career mixed with ups and downs. (Web site)
  2. Piquet retired definitely from F1 and suffered a terrible accident when attempting to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 race in 1992. (Web site)

Nelson Piquet Jnr

  1. This surprising development is tantamount to an admission that Nelson Piquet Jnr was instructed to crash to help Fernando Alonso win the race.

Brazilian Nelson Piquet

  1. In over 200 races went to the Brazilian Nelson Piquet, to compete for places on the winner podiums.
  2. Reutemann arrived in Las Vegas with a one point lead in the Championship over Brazilian Nelson Piquet.

Benetton

  1. Nelson Piquet took what would turn out to be his last victory for Benetton and Senna went on to win the championship. (Web site)
  2. Benetton team principle, Flavio Briatore, would ultimately shout loudest, positioning Michael alongside Nelson Piquet at Benetton. (Web site)
  3. The German had a huge crash in qualifying while Nelson Piquet completed the top 10 in his Benetton. (Web site)

Stefano Modena

  1. 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. (Web site)

Piquet Jr

  1. Piquet Jr. finished fourth in the team's best performance of the season. (Web site)
  2. Piquet Jr. finished an impressive sixth in his first-ever CWTS race at Daytona in February.
  3. Piquet Jr believes that it is crucial to make a swift return to rescue his motor racing career. (Web site)

Nelson Piquet Jr

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. After spending much of the race among the top 10, she bumped fenders with Nelson Piquet Jr.

Stop

  1. Behind them Piquet, who had tyre trouble (he did not stop) spun, giving fifth to Senna.

France

  1. Piquet was established by the 16th cent., was popular in France, Spain, and Italy, and spread to England under the name cent (one hundred). (Web site)

Three

  1. The three championship contenders were running 1-2-3 -- Piquet, Prost, Mansell.
  2. Nelson Piquet would have lost all three of his World Championships. (Web site)

Players

  1. 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. (Web site)

Alfa Romeo

  1. The partnership with Alfa Romeo ended during the 1979 season, the team's first with young Brazilian driver Nelson Piquet. (Web site)

Opponent

  1. 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. (Web site)

Strategy

  1. 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. (Web site)

Planning

  1. Piquet let him through without a fight, knowing that the Ferrari was planning a fuel and tire stop, while he was not. (Web site)

First

  1. Piquet had to settle for fourth in his first drive for Benetton. (Web site)

Formula

  1. Patrick also overshadowed the stock car debut of Formula 1 driver Nelson Piquet, Jr., who finished 27th in Eddie Sharp's no.

Hamilton

  1. Hamilton, who was consistently more than a second faster than the rest of the field, caught up to Piquet in 10 laps.

Needing

  1. 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. (Web site)

Front

  1. Nigel Mansell led away and was joined by teammate Nelson Piquet at the front after he passed Prost on the Mistral Straight. (Web site)

End

  1. At the end of the race, an exhausted Piquet was quoted saying to a friend he would “never sit in a cockpit again”.
  2. Piquet gambled on reaching the end of the race without a tyre change.
  3. 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. (Web site)

Place

  1. Hamilton then quickly closed the two-second gap to Piquet and passed him in the same place, and in similar fashion, on lap 60. (Web site)

Card Game

  1. 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. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Mansell
  2. Prost
  3. Patrese
  4. Senna
  5. Berger

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