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James Joyce, considered one of the greatest novelists of the twentieth century. Author of Ulysses (1922), the Dubliners (1914) and many more. Born in Ireland in 1882 and died in Switzerland in 1941. Bloomsday, which celebrates his work Ulysses is every June 16th.
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Iconic cars from the James Bond Movies. From top to bottom: • 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 (Modified Submarine) – The Spy Who Loved Me • 1995 BMW Z3 Roadster – Goldeneye • 1979 Citroën 2CV 6 Club – For Your Eyes Only • 1963 Aston Martin DB5 – Goldfinger, Thunderball, Goldeneye, The World Is Not Enough, Skyfall
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This article is about the British racing driver. For other people with the same name, see James Hunt (disambiguation). James Hunt James Hunt - Dutch GP 1976 crop mod.jpg James Hunt at the 1976 Dutch Grand Prix Born 29 August 1947 Belmont, Surrey, England, UK Died 15 June 1993 (aged 45) Wimbledon, Greater London, England, UK Formula One World Championship career Nationality United Kingdom British Active years 1973–1979 Teams Hesketh, McLaren, Wolf Entries 93 (92 starts) Championships 1 (1976) Wins 10 Podiums 23 Career points 179 Pole positions 14 Fastest laps 8 First entry 1973 Monaco Grand Prix First win 1975 Dutch Grand Prix Last win 1977 Japanese Grand Prix Last entry 1979 Monaco Grand Prix James Simon Wallis Hunt (29 August 1947 – 15 June 1993) was a British racing driver who won the Formula One World Championship in 1976. After retiring from racing in 1979, Hunt became a media commentator and businessman. Beginning his racing career in touring car racing, Hunt progressed into Formula Three, where he attracted the attention of the Hesketh Racing team and soon came under their wing. Hunt's often reckless and action-packed exploits on track earned him the nickname "Hunt the Shunt" (shunt as a British racing term means "crash"). Hunt entered Formula One in 1973, driving a March 731 entered by the Hesketh Racing team. He went on to win for Hesketh, driving their own Hesketh 308 car, in both World Championship and non-Championship races, before joining the McLaren team at the end of 1975. In his first year with McLaren, Hunt won the 1976 World Drivers' Championship, and he remained with the team for a further two years, although with less success, before moving to the Wolf team in early 1979. Following a string of races in which he failed to finish, Hunt retired from driving halfway through the 1979 season.
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