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Oliphant

Sir Mark Laurence Elwin. 1901--2000, British nuclear physicist, born in Australia
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Launching off the line from the fourth row of the grid in race one, Oliphant was soon on the move and leapt into sixth place through the opening sequence of corners.
Mr Oliphant was a well -known figure in the town, founding the Callander Jazz and Blues Festival, after relocating from Glasgow.
Oliphant was driving a 2016 Ford Escape on eastbound Jackson Drive shortly before 9 a.m.
If convicted in the wrongful death case, Oliphant will be liable to pay his son unspecified amount of damages, including an expected inheritance.
After narrowly missing out on a points finish during a promising BTCC debut three weeks ago at Brands Hatch, Oliphant's impressive pace and racecraft was rewarded with a best finish of ninth place during the second meeting of the season in Leicestershire.
Championship leader Tom Oliphant came second while Al Faisal's fifth-place fetched him 17 points to leave him trailing Oliphant (215) by mere two points with two more races to go on April 7-8, the F1 weekend.
Championship leader Tom Oliphant (192 points) is 19 points ahead of closest rival Al Faisal Al Zubair in the defining battle of the season with more drama expected this weekend.
Abu Dhabi: Britain's Tom Oliphant boosted his chances of a first series win in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East by winning the second race in round four of the six-stage series at Yas Marina Circuit over the weekend.
Currently third with 32 points behind championship leader Tom Oliphant, and with a total of 50 points on offer from each race weekend, closing the gap on the title chase will be the first thing on Frijns mind going into Round 4.
The race was won by Great Britain's Tom Oliphant, with Oman's Al Faisal al Zubair second and Germany's Wolfgang Triller third.