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15 December 1913
25 November 1982 (68)
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1950 Indianapolis 500
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about Walt Ader

Walt Ader (December 15, 1913 in Long Valley, New Jersey – November 25, 1982 in Califon, New Jersey) was an American racecar driver.

During his racing career, Ader was a resident of Bernardsville, New Jersey.


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F1 is set to begin its second triple-header of the season next weekend at Silverstone, after running races on three consecutive weekends in Austria and Hungary earlier this month.<br>A third triple-header is scheduled at the end of the summer as part of the push to bolster the calendar after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of much of the planned races this year. F1 trialed its first ...

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Amid ongoing anti-racism protests and activism around the world, F1 held a show of unity between its drivers ahead of the season opener in Austria two weeks ago.<br>All drivers wore t-shirts reading ‘End Racism’, and 14 of the 20 drivers took a knee before the national anthem in a set part of the pre-race schedule.<br>While those drivers took a knee again before the second and third races of ...

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F1 held back-to-back grands prix at the same track for the first time in its history this month with two straight race weekends at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.<br>The move came as part of the plan to bolster the 2020 calendar after the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the opening 10 races being called off, and will be repeated next month with two races at Silverstone.<br>Holding multiple races in ...

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With F1's calendar only so far sorted for the first eight European races, attention has now shifted to finalising the shape of the calendar later in the year.<br>The uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic has made things complicated, and there is now a contingency to have one or two more races in Europe before looking at options elsewhere.<br>The Chinese GP, which was the first race to be called ...

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The first eight races of the season include double-headers in Austria and Britain, with more events being considered.<br>Last week, F1's managing director Ross Brawn backed a plan to add some spice to the second races at the Red Bull Ring and Silverstone and any other future twin events via reverse grid qualifying races.<br>However, any rule changes at this stage must receive unanimous support ...

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With F1 owners Liberty Media still working on finalising the second part of the season, having announced the first eight races earlier this week, Sochi has emerged as a candidate to host two grands prix.<br>A report in German publication Auto Motor Und Sport suggested that F1 was keeping its plan for the remainder of the year flexible, especially amid ongoing uncertainty about coronavirus ...

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The Haas team's woes through the 2019 season were profiled in the second episode of the latest season of Drive to Survive as Grosjean and teammate Kevin Magnussen struggled with an unpredictable and difficult car.<br>The pair collided on track at the British Grand Prix, sparking an aggressive rebuke to both drivers from Steiner that was picked up by Netflix's microphones and included in the ...

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It’s not exactly a new idea, just a reimagining of a device we’ve seen before, with the previous incarnation rising to prominence with Williams in 2009 and McLaren in 2010 (illustrated below, click on the arrows to scroll between them).<br>The then-named ‘snowplough’ device looked to maximise flow performance from the high nose solution that the prevailing regulations ...

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Renault has set its sight on closing in on the leading trio of Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull this year, having finished fourth in the constructors' championship in 2018.<br>But with early indications from testing suggesting that the midfield pack may actually have closed up this year, Ricciardo says that he cannot be sure yet about where Renault stands.<br>Asked if he believed Renault could break ...

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With the Spaniard having much more experience than rookie teammate Lando Norris, Sainz knows that the outfit will be relying more him to help give it direction. But rather than be wary about the extra responsibility he will have next year, he says it is exciting and empowering for him. “It feels good, it feels in a way powerful,” he said, when asked by Motorsport.com about if he felt ...

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With the Spaniard having much more experience than rookie teammate Lando Norris, Sainz knows that the outfit will be relying more him to help give it direction. But rather than be wary about the extra responsibility he will have next year, he says it is exciting and empowering for him. “It feels good, it feels in a way powerful,” he said, when asked by Motorsport.com about if he felt ...

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The Red Bull driver led 17 laps during the middle phase of the race, as he stayed out longer than the other frontrunning cars. While it was hoped that a tyre-life advantage at the end would allow Ricciardo to charge through the field at the end, he was only able to pick off a struggling Valtteri Bottas for fourth, missing out on a farewell podium with the team that nurtured his career into ...

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It was announced this week that long-time racing supporter Dieter Zetsche is to be replaced as chairman of the board of management of Daimler AG. Head of Mercedes-Benz cars Ola Kallenius, will replace him. After taking some time out in 2021, Zetsche will become chairman of the supervisory board of Daimler. Kallenius is well known in the F1 paddock, with his many previous roles within the ... ...

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This year the French, Austrian and British Grands Prix all ran on consecutive weekends, but the intensity of the events allied to daunting travel schedule left teams unhappy about how tiring it was for personnel. F1 has steered clear of attempting another triple-header in 2019, and Nielsen has said that if it was ever felt necessary to do it again in the future then it would be highly unlikely ... ...

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The Hockenheim race will be the second in the season after the Chinese Grand Prix to feature a skipped step in its compound range.The red-walled supersoft, which was the softest tyre available in the most recent edition of the race in 2016, will be absent, with the soft and the medium joined by the purple-coloured ultrasoft.Championship leaders Mercedes and Ferrari have opted for ...

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Ricciardo picked up front wing damage in France two weeks ago, which was followed up by a mechanical failure in Austria and fifth in Britain after a poorly-timed safety car.Though Red Bull was no match for Mercedes or Ferrari at Silverstone Ricciardo was running third before making a second pitstop for fresh tyres, which gave track position to Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and Mercedes' ...

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This weekend's British Grand Prix is the third race in a row, after GPs in France and Austria, and teams will only get one weekend off before back-to-back races in Germany and Hungary.F1's Strategy Group met earlier this week, where commercial rights holder Liberty Media outlined its intent to avoid a triple-header next season.McLaren F1 boss Zak Brown said: "My understanding is [the ...

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But while those tuning in at home will have plenty to get excited about, for those who keep the show on the road there has been a lot of extra preparation, and some trepidation, about the challenges that lie ahead.Building up and packing down garages and motorhomes three times on the bounce, making sure the cars are prepared as meticulously as ever, and moving equipment 2500km by road ...

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While watching the Monaco Grand Prix wasn't the most exciting way to spend a Sunday afternoon, I suspect much of the negativity Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton expressed about the race came from their own frustration. I'm sure they would have seen things differently from the top of the podium.But there were several very interesting things from a technical point of view that the ...

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While McLaren has made a step in terms of reliability since its switch from Honda to Renault power over the winter, the team is clearly not where it needs to be.It currently has 40 points compared to the 80 of fellow Renault engine user Red Bull, and the 41 of the Renault works team.The recent removal of Tim Goss from his role as technical director was the first sign of an internal ...

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"Race cars are neither ugly nor beautiful," Enzo Ferrari once famously said. "They become beautiful when they win."The legendary team boss's words stand true to this day, even if Formula 1's far from pretty halo means that all of the 2018 cars still leave many of us shaking our heads in disapproval. There have been few things in F1's history that have left people with as many ...

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