hornish

hornish

(ˈhɔːnɪʃ)
adj
resembling horn or hard
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Effective immediately, he will succeed Tom Hornish, who will remain with the company through a transitional period.
One tip I'll be sharing that weekend--using Mobil 1 Advanced Fuel economy can deliver up to a 2 percent* fuel economy improvement, which, over the life of a vehicle, can save over $400* in fuel costs," said Sam Hornish Jr.
MOTOR RACING: Sam Hornish Jr claimed victory in the Satellite Radio Indy 200 in Arizona but the result left Dario Franchitti furious.
Standings after round 13: 1 Wheldon 505pts, 2 Hornish 408, 3 Kanaan 385, 4 Franchitti 371, 5 Castroneves 348, 5 Sharp 348, 7 Meira 327, 8 Bryan Herta (USA) 321, 9 Tomas Scheckter (Rsa) 303, 10 Carpentier 287.
Hornish, the driver with the most wins in IndyCar Series history, is the only driver to win three IndyCar Series Championships (2001, 2002, and 2006).
Partnering with Richard Petty Motorsports and Sam Hornish Jr.
Hornish held on for second, giving car owner Roger Penske the top two spots.
I wish he could have waited a little longer to lose it," Johnson said of Hornish after the race.
A multicar crash involving Gordon and Sam Hornish Jr.
Jeff Gordon is another man who thrives at Indy, while Juan Pablo Montoya - along with Sam Hornish a winner of the Indy 500 there in single-seater racing - was second as a rookie in 2007.
ParaNav has proven its effectiveness in more than 100 test jumps at maximum altitudes of 28,000 feet and at temperatures of 20 degrees below zero," says Ron Hornish, vice president and general manager of sensor systems for Rockwell Collins.