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  1. Flying Finn First at Finish: With Jacques Villeneuve, Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Michael Schumacher, Eddie Irvine.

  2. 1 de ene. de 2005 · Flying Finn first at the finish” – 1998 F1 season review video. 1st January 2005, 20:49 | Written by Keith Collantine. The 1998 season video suffers from the same irritating commentary that spoils the 1997 review. Again, all the races are covered in the same bland fashion, delivered as if the action is occurring live.

  3. › wiki › Paavo_NurmiPaavo Nurmi - Wikipedia

    He was called the "Flying Finn" or the "Phantom Finn", as he dominated distance running in the 1920s. Nurmi set 22 official world records at distances between 1,500 metres and 20 kilometres, and won nine gold and three silver medals in his 12 events in the Summer Olympic Games.

  4. › wiki › Flying_FinnFlying Finn - Wikipedia

    During the 1970s, Finnish rider Heikki Mikkola won four motocross world championships and also became known as the Flying Finn. Mika Kallio , who finished second in the 125cc championship in 2005 and 2006, has also been nicknamed the Flying Finn.

  5. 9 de nov. de 1998 · The McLaren team went to Melbourne for the opening round of the 1998 FIA Formula One World Championship and drew a line so deep that it left the rest of the paddock looking into an infinite abyss, while fans sighed with disillusionment at the prospect of a one horse race.

  6. Highlights from all sixteen races of the 1998 Formula One World Championship, which saw McLaren, and in particular Mika Hakkinen, get off to a flyer at the start of the season, only for the indomitable Michael Schumacher to force his way into contention.