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1968 and Porsche
In January 1968, Porsche also made available a Targa ' Version II ' option (' hard window Targa ') with fixed glass rear window, transforming the Targa into a coupe with removable roof.
As a vintage rally car, on January 29, 2012 Hayden Burvill, Alastair Caldwell, and their # 35 1968 Porsche 912 finished first in class, and 7th overall in the 2012 London to Cape Town World Cup Rally ; a 14 country, three continent, 14, 000 kilometre, 26 driving-days event.
His father, Pauli Toivonen, was the 1968 European Rally Champion for Porsche and his brother, Harri Toivonen, became a professional circuit racer.
Porsche repeated this show in their 1 – 2 – 3 win in the 1968 24 Hours.
Porsche also won a record 11 consecutive races from 1977 – 1987 and won 18 out of 23 races from 1968 – 1991.
In 1968, Kurt joined also the Porsche factory sports car team and shared victory with Jo Siffert in the 1969 Austrian 1000 km event.
The first ever true rallycross was organised by Bud Smith († 1994 ) and the Tunbridge Wells Centre of the 750 MC, with the aid of Lydden Circuit owner Bill Chesson († 1999 ), and was won by later Formula One driver as well as 1968 Rally Monte Carlo winner Vic Elford in a showroom Porsche 911 of the British importer AFN, ahead of Brian Melia in his Ford Lotus Cortina and Tony Fall in a BMC Mini Cooper S.
With Ferrari absent in 1968, mainly Porsche 908 and Ford P68 were entered there, with the Ford being a total failure.
Starting in July 1968, Porsche made a surprising and very expensive effort to take advantage of this rule.
One of the best Sports Car Endurance race car drivers of the ' 60s, ' 70s and early ' 80s, Stommelen won the 24 Hours of Daytona 4 times ; in 1968, 1978, 1980 and 1982 and the Targa Florio in 1967 in a Porsche 910.
In sportscar racing and hillclimbing for Porsche, he scored many wins, e. g. the 1966-1968 European Hillclimb Championships against Ferrari, the 1968 24 Hours of Daytona ( Porsche 907 ) and the 1969 Targa Florio ( Porsche 908 ) as his final major win.
Following several podium finishes with the still underpowered two liter Porsche 906 and later models, he won the 1968 24 Hours of Daytona in a 907 as well as the Sebring 12 Hours again, now together with Swiss Jo Siffert.
Scarfiotti entered the 1968 Targa Florio, but wrecked his Porsche 907 (# 230 ) on the first day of qualifying and was forced to race with Porsche's T-car which did not last the 720 km long road race.
Among other victories he won the 1968 Rally Monte Carlo in a Porsche 911 and only a week later the 24 Hours of Daytona in a Porsche 907, Porsche's first ever overall win in a 24 hour race.
As a surprise, Wyer won the World Sportscar Championship for Ford in 1968 even though the 2200cc Porsche 907 were considered favorites at the beginning of the season.
Ford would win again in 1967, this time with its Mark IV prototype and also in 1968 and 1969 with the Gulf-Wyer entered Ford GT-40 Mk. I cars winning both years to close out the decade against the new and upcoming Porsche 917.
Formerly competing with smaller cars only, the Germans entered the new 3 litre sports car prototype class in 1968 with the Porsche 908, while Ferrari raced the Ferrari 312P in only few events in 1969.

1968 and Targa
In 1968, driving for Alfa Romeo, he was second in the Targa Florio and fourth in the Le Mans 24 Hours race co-driving with Nanni Galli.
Galli won the Circuit of Mugello race in 1968 and was second in the Targa Florio ( with Ignazio Giunti ).

1968 and used
Other terms that have been used include neosyllabary ( Février 1959 ), pseudo-alphabet ( Householder 1959 ), semisyllabary ( Diringer 1968 ; a word which has other uses ) and syllabic alphabet ( Coulmas 1996 ; this term is also a synonym for syllabary ).
This style was used by other computer vendors, the CDC 7600 System Description ( 1968 ) made extensive use of K as 1024.
John Sladek used the concept to humorous ends in his first novel The Reproductive System ( 1968, also titled Mechasm in some markets ), where a U. S. military research project goes out of control.
Crest of the former Metropolitan Borough of Greenwich Council, used by Charlton briefly in late 1940s and early 50sCharlton have used a number of crests and badges during their history, although the current design has not been changed since 1968.
By 1968, the design had reached the one known today, and has been used continuously from this year, apart from a period in the 1970s when the just the letters CAFC appeared on the team's shirts.
In 1968 Granada built an outside set which was not all that different from the interior version previously used, with the wooden façades from the studio simply being erected on the new site.
The running track was used for dirt track racing between 1928 and 1932, greyhound racing from 1933 to 1968, and Midget car racing in 1948.
In addition, the self-proclaimed artificial island micronation of Rose Island used Esperanto as its official language in 1968.
Fitted with tapered conical hubs, special motocross forks and large alloy fuel tanks, a Cheney Triumph was first used in the 1968 British Trophy Team.
Both terms were used in East Germany with an increasing emphasis on the abbreviated name, especially since East Germany considered West Germans and West Berliners to be foreigners following the promulgation of its second constitution in 1968.
This material was later used as an element of his satirical US presidential campaign in 1968, and was included on his 1968 comedy album Pat Paulsen for President.
The John F. Kennedy Space Center ( KSC ) is the United States launch site that has been used for every NASA human space flight since 1968.
Eldridge Cleaver used such a quotation during his 1968 presidential campaign: " You're either part of the solution or part of the problem.
In China, the claim that Mao had " adapted Marxism – Leninism to Chinese conditions " evolved into the idea that he had updated it in a fundamental way applying to the world as a whole ; consequently, the term " Marxism – Leninism – Mao Zedong Thought " ( commonly known as Maoism ) was increasingly used to describe the official Chinese state ideology as well as the ideological basis of parties around the world who sympathized with the Communist Party of China ( such as the Communist Party of the Philippines, Marxist – Leninist / Mao Zedong Thought, founded by Jose Maria Sison in 1968 ).
In 1968, during his sophomore year at MIT, Kurzweil started a company that used a computer program to match high school students with colleges.
The first ray casting ( versus ray tracing ) algorithm used for rendering was presented by Arthur Appel in 1968.
The sonic screwdriver was first introduced in 1968, and was used regularly throughout the Second Doctor's tenure.
Inspired in part by the 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann, his models were later also used to explain the 1968 My Lai Massacre ( including authority training in the military, depersonalizing the " enemy " through racial and cultural differences, etc .).
This had been used to justify the invasions of Czechoslovakia in 1968 as well as of the non-Warsaw Pact nation of Afghanistan in 1979.
" In The Last Waltz, Manuel claimed that they wanted to call themselves either " The Honkies " or " The Crackers " ( which they used when backing Dylan for a January 1968 concert tribute to Woody Guthrie ), but these names were vetoed by their record label ; Robertson suggests that during their time with Dylan everyone just referred to them as " the band " and it stuck.
The term “ urban legend ,” as used by folklorists, has appeared in print since at least 1968.
By the 1960s, tracks of 333. 3m length were commonly used for international competitions ( eg: the Agustín Melgar Olympic Velodrome used for track cycling events at the 1968 Summer Olympics, and Leicester's Saffron Lane velodrome used at the 1970 and 1982 Track Cycling World Championships ).

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