Jay Bridger
British racing driver
Jay Bridger
Jay Bridger is a British racing driver. Bridger began his professional career in British Formula Ford in 2006. He finished fifth in the championship in 2007 and finished sixth in the Duratec class at the Formula Ford Festival and 10th in the Walter Hayes Trophy. In 2008 he moved to the British Formula Three Championship and won the National Class. He moved to the main championship in 2009 and finished 15th in points. In 2010 he improved to 14th overall.
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Master Chicago bridge builder Ralph Modjeski subject of new film
Chicago Times - 15 days
Ralph Modjeski may be the most illustrious Chicagoan most Chicagoans have never heard of. A Polish immigrant, Modjeski built nearly 40 bridges in the U.S. and Canada. He was chief or consulting engineer on some of the continent's most famous spans, including the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge,...
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Semitruck plunges off Chesapeake Bay Bridge amid powerful winds
Fox News - 18 days
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Protesters in San Francisco block roads, ramp to Bay Bridge
Yahoo News - 8 months
Several hundred protesters outraged by the police killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota took to the streets of San Francisco, blocking several roads and ramps to get on and off the Bay Bridge.
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Headless, limbless body found at foot of Bay Bridge in West Oakland
LATimes - 9 months
A headless, limbless body has been found at the foot of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in West Oakland, police said. The torso was found on rocks before noon Wednesday at the end of Burma Road off Maritime Street, near the foot of the old bridge currently being dismantled, Oakland authorities...
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Headless torso found in Bay Area is ID'd as missing mother
LATimes - 12 months
A headless torso found in a Bay Area levee belonged to a mother who was reported missing and whose husband later committed suicide by jumping off the San Francisco Bay Bridge, Alameda County coroner's officials confirmed. Coroner’s investigators used a right thumbprint from the California Department...
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25 protesters arrested after shutting down Bay Bridge
Yahoo News - about 1 year
Twenty-five protesters were arrested for chaining themselves together and blocking all westbound lanes of the Bay Bridge during Monday's evening commute. It was part of a series of actions for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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MLK Day protesters block 1 span of SF-Oakland Bay Bridge
Fox News - about 1 year
A group of demonstrators caused the shutdown of one direction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in a police-brutality protest tied to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
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Bay Bridge Pier to Go Boom: The Science of Implosions
Yahoo News - over 1 year
Residents of San Francisco and Oakland may get a booming treat early Saturday morning.
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Bay Area Commuters Angered Over Mismanagement Of Bridge Project
NPR - over 1 year
The eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is only two years old, and it's already requiring millions of dollars in repairs. The project, 10 years late and $5 billion over budget, is one of California's most expensive public works projects. Commuters are frustrated over cost overruns. » EMail This
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Chesapeake Bay looking very cold.
CNN - about 2 years
Photo was taken by Conor Gilligan using a DJI Inspire 1 UAS. Photo was taken on February 18, 2015 at 4:30pm. The photo is looking south towards Annapolis near Jack Downs Memorial Park in Pasadena, MD. If you look closely you can see the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in the background. 
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Why You Don't Want to Move to Pensacola
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Please don't move to Pensacola. Seriously. I know it has superficial attractions like miles of clean beaches, real estate costs which are a third, or a fourth or a fifth of home values in hip-and-happening major metro areas and sure, you can easily park on the streets downtown, but do you really want to give up the joys of huge cities and vast suburbs for life in a state with no income tax? You can fish in the Gulf of Mexico, but it's hardly an adventure when you only have to travel a few minutes. And okay, the white sand at the wide beaches is famously crunchy and you don't have to worry about hypodermic needles washing ashore so where's the sport? I'd like to complain about the rush hour but why bother? According to one national guide, the trip from our house to downtown is "one of the shortest commutes across America." Lack of Stress The lack of stress in Pensacola is a real problem. Therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and social workers seem underemployed. Rumor ...
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The new Bay Bridge springs hundreds of leaks
LATimes - about 3 years
A section of the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge sprung hundreds of leaks after a winter storm soaked Northern California, state transportation officials said Monday.
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Bay Bridge's new problem: leaks
San Francisco Chronicle - about 3 years
The just-opened eastern span of the Bay Bridge, already beset by questions about flawed welds and cracked steel rods, has a new problem: Rainwater is dripping into the steel structure beneath the road deck on the suspension stretch of the span, which is supposed to be watertight, Caltrans said. The leaks are happening on the self-anchored suspension portion of the bridge - the 0.3-mile section with two main cables that drape atop the bridge's landmark single tower. Evolving plan Unlike the rest of the bridge, which has concrete road barriers, the guardrails on the suspension part of the bridge are made of steel to save weight - but they are proving to be problematic. When it drew up plans for the project in 2001, bridge designer T.Y. Lin International specified that the 2 1/2-foot-tall guardrails be bolted down through holes drilled in the underlying steel structure that supports the roadway. The design called for a continuous line of caulk between the bottom of the guardrails and ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jay Bridger
    TWENTIES
  • 2010
    Age 22
    In 2010 he improved to 14th overall.
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  • 2009
    Age 21
    He moved to the main championship in 2009 and finished 15th in points.
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  • 2008
    Age 20
    In 2008 he moved to the British Formula Three Championship and won the National Class.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 2007
    Age 19
    He finished fifth in the championship in 2007 and finished sixth in the Duratec class at the Formula Ford Festival and 10th in the Walter Hayes Trophy.
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  • 2006
    Age 18
    Bridger began racing in karts at the age of 8, winning 4 karting championships, before starting his professional career in British Formula Ford in 2006.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1987
    Born
    Born on September 23, 1987.
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