A Gowanus farmer’s writings from 1828 to 1830 describe burying them on property that includes the proposed site of a prekindergarten.
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- With engines whirring, electric car racing comes to Brooklyn
By RALPH D. RUSSO, AP Sports Writer - Sunday Jul 16, 2017
The Formula One-style, open-wheel cars reach speeds of 140 mph but only about 80 decibels, compared with 130 decibels for the cars with combustion engines.Sam Bird from the DS Virgin Racing team won Sunday's 49-lap race over the narrow 1.2-mile, 10-turn track from the pole to sweep the weekend races for team owner Richard Branson, the billionaire adventurer.The three-year-old FE series is sanctioned by the International Federation of Automobiles, the governing body for Formula One, making the New York City ePrix the first race run by a major motorsports organization in the five boroughs.With the track right next to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, the Statute of Liberty had a great view of the starting grid."With it being electric, there's no delay from when you put the throttle down to when it gets to the wheels," said Mitch Evans of New Zealand, who drives for Panasonic Jaguar Racing, a new team to the circuit this year.The Hudson Horns played Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" as select fans strolled across the black top as if it was a weekend street fair, minus the food carts and folding tables full of homemade wares for sale.At the Allianz Explorer Zone, fans could check out BMW's electric automobiles and Jaguars' I-Pace Concept, an SUV that will be the company's first entry into the electric market.While Formula E aspires to be a highly competitive racing circuit, it is also a means by which automakers can develop electric technology and show off what it can do.