Sport What's in a name? Quite a mouthful for F1 commentators at Imola
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(Reuters) - Imola's return to the Formula One calendar this season will be quite a mouthful for commentators if they refer to the grand prix by its full title and use the circuit's Italian name.
Tyre supplier Pirelli said on Friday that it would be title sponsor of the second race of the year at the circuit near Bologna on April 18.
"Formula One Pirelli Gran Premio del Made in Italy e dell’Emilia Romagna. Proud to be the backer of what is probably the longest race name in @F1 history!," the company said on Twitter.
Imola's full name is the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari, after the late Ferrari founder and his son.
Past races at Imola have been designated the San Marino Grand Prix but last year's, the first at the circuit since 2006, was called the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix after the surrounding region.
(Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Ken Ferris)
'Coward scum' rob Rabs in home invasion .
The family of Ray Warren have pleaded for the return of his NRL Hall of Fame ring after it was stolen in a home invasion. The break-in occurred early on Saturday. Warren, his wife Cher, daughter Holly and grandson Mateo were in the house."Between 2am-5am, someone broke into our family home, whilst my parents were asleep upstairs and my son and myself were asleep two metres away from where they entered," Holly Warren wrote on Facebook. "They ransacked my handbag, my dad's office, stole our car keys and a wallet. But worst of all they stole something irreplaceable. My dad's 'Hall of Fame Ring'.