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Mo·de·na

 (môd′n-ə, mō′dĕ-nä)
A city of northern Italy west-northwest of Bologna. Long an important ecclesiastical center, it is also home to one of Europe's oldest universities (founded 1175).

Modena

(Italian ˈmɔːdena)
n
1. (Placename) a city in N Italy, in Emilia-Romagna: ruled by the Este family (18th–19th century); university (1678). Pop: 175 502 (2001). Ancient name: Mutina
2. (Breeds) (sometimes not capital) a popular variety of domestic fancy pigeon originating in Modena

Mo•de•na

(ˈmoʊd n ə)

n.
a city in N Italy, NW of Bologna. 176,556.
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It is also a just reward for the team's 2004 efforts, which included runner-up spot in the British GT Championship with their Ferrari 360 Modena driven by young Scots pairing Andrew Kirkcady from St Andrews and Aberdonian Nathan Kinch.
Cornes' recall is of 272 imported Ferrari 360 Modenas.
His father, now a team boss, and running Aussie Anthony Gobert aboard the Modenas in the 30 lap race, won the British Grand Prix three times, enjoying rivalries with Barry Sheene, who makes a racing comeback, riding in the supporting International Classic race.
The boy from Belfast turned down an offer from race legend Kenny Roberts to ride his 500cc Modenas.
Powered by a highly-tuned 4-litre BMW M62 engine, the sleek yellow and black liveried racer hopes to show it has a powerful sting in its tail to upset the Porsche 911 GT3s, Ferrari Modenas and French-entered Spynker which make up the rest of the GT class.
Yorkshireman James Whitham could only manage 18th place on his three- cylinder Modenas.