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FDNY Engine 88 hosts obstruct party

Upgraded July 11, 2015 6:10 PM The FDNY’s Engine 88 is tossing a block celebration on Belmont Avenue this weekend to commemorate 150 years. The party also permitted Bronx children to get an up close look at the inside of a firehouse. They also found out ways to utilize a fire hose and free somebody trapped inside a vehicle. Firefighters were on hand to teach kids CPR, and paramedics explained how they perform work in … The FDNY’s Engine 88 is tossing a block celebration on Belmont Opportunity this weekend to commemorate 150 years. (July 11, 2015 5:56 PM) Content Preview This material is exclusive for Optimum, Time Warner®& reg;, Comcast & reg;, customers with access to News 12.
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Cindric’s most current achievement: Ending Chevy’s three-win streak

Austin Cindric is living the life other 16-year-olds dream of. Saturday, he co-drove the No. 158 Multimatic Ford Shelby Mustang GT350R-C to success in the Continental Tire SportsCar Obstacle, breaking a three-win streak by the No. 6 Stevenson Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. R. Next week, Cindric will certainly race in the ARCA stock automobile series at Iowa Speedway. On June 21, he won the Red Bull Global RallyCross race at Daytona International Speedway. He has raced F2000 open-wheel cars, drove a Mercedes in the Bathurst eight-hour race in Australia. And he refuses to select a preferred. “Anything with 4 wheels,” he says. Cindric’s success is because of 2 factors: One, he’s excellent. And 2, his dad is Tim Cindric, president of Group Penske– essentially Roger Penske’s right-hand man in racing. Cindric’s co-driver, Jade Buford, started the two-hour, 30-minute race and kept the Multimatic Shelby close to the front. For the first half of the race it appeared the Chevrolet Camaro speed automobile would win– there were multiple care flags for crashes and mechanical breakdowns, including a hard crash by the pole-sitting Multimatic Shelby driven by Scott Maxwell and Billy Johnson. But the last half of the race had a few of the very best competition of the year, with Cindric and Buford fighting the Rum Bum Racing Porsche 911 of siblings Hugh and Matt Plumb, which completed second. Third was the No. 6 Stevenson Camaro of Andrew Davis and Robin Liddell, who have actually largely controlled the Grand Sport class this year. The racing was even better in the Street Tuner class, where Spencer Pumpelly, in the No. 17 RS1 Porsche Cayman, traded the lead with Andrew Carbonell in the No. 26 Liberty Autosport Mazda MX-5 right to the end. Pumpelly shares the car with Luis Rodriguez, Jr., and Carbonell’s co-driver in the No. 26 car is Liam Dwyer, a retired Marine who lost a leg in battle, and drives with a prosthesis. Completing 3rd behind the Nos. 17 and 26 was the No. 19 RS1 Porsche Cayman, a …
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