rascasse

rascasse

(ˈræskæs)
n
(Animals) any of various scorpion fish with red skin and venomous spines on the dorsal and anal fins, often used as an ingredient to make bouillabaisse
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Both worked for other chefs after leaving college - Richard in Leeds at Rascasse, an independently-owned restaurant that served high-end modern English cuisine and boasted a Michelin star, and Wayne at Bradley's in Fitzwilliam Street before joining Mustard & Punch.
Renault's Kevin Magnussen smashed his car's front wing off when he nosed into barriers and the two Saubers then drove into each other at Rascasse corner, triggering another virtual safety car deployment.
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Further retirements followed, with Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne and Valtteri Bottas in his Williams suffering blown engines, while the second Sauber of Esteban Gutierrez clipped a barrier at La Rascasse.
Michael Schumacher faked an accident at Rascasse in an attempt to cheat Fernando Alonso of pole.
The incident, and stewards' actions, nonetheless revived memories of Michael Schumacher's infamous 2006 pole lap when the seven-time world champion blatantly blocked the Rascasse corner and prevented Renault's Fernando Alonso from going faster.
Seven laps later, a bad day for Caterham was completed when Charles Pic's car caught fire, forcing the Frenchman into a hasty retreat as marshals doused the flames at Rascasse.
Webber put in an assured display in his Red Bull, taking the famed Casino, Rascasse and Mirabeau sections in his stride.
Frenchman Charles Pic was the first retirement when his Caterham caught fire as he pulled up at Rascasse near the pit-lane entry on the ninth lap.
The stewards then ruled he had deliberately stopped at the Rascasse (the penultimate corner of the lap) to deny Alonso (who was with Renault then) the pole.
This time it was the wall on the exit to the first part of the Swimming Pool, which removed his C31's left-rear wheel and sent him to Schumacher's favourite parking spot at Rascasse.
And then there is the deliberate parking of his Ferrari at Rascasse during qualifying for the 2006 Monaco Grand Prix in an effort to prevent Fernando Alonso from claiming pole position.