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Images Dated 20th February 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Murray Walker 1986 World Copyright - LAT Photographic ref: Digital File Only

Murray Walker 1986 World Copyright - LAT Photographic ref: Digital File Only
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Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: YEAREND PICTURES 2002

YEAREND PICTURES 2002
Coloured chicks are put on display for sale at a market in Amman February 20, 2002. Traders coloured the chicks as a ploy to attract children as thousands of Jordanian shoppers rushed to the markets

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: London, England

London, England
St. Stephens Tower, called Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, England

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: ALGONQUIAN: FISHING, 1585. Carolina Algonquian Native Americans fishing. Watercolor

ALGONQUIAN: FISHING, 1585. Carolina Algonquian Native Americans fishing. Watercolor, c1585, by John White

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Autosport Awards Martin Brundle, Stirling Moss and Murray Walker World Copyright

Autosport Awards Martin Brundle, Stirling Moss and Murray Walker World Copyright
Photographic ref: Digital File Only

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Hawaii, Maui, Buzzy Kerbox Surf Curling Wave At Jaws Aka Peahi, Curling Wave

Hawaii, Maui, Buzzy Kerbox Surf Curling Wave At Jaws Aka Peahi, Curling Wave

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Testing: Jacques Villeneuve BAR Honda 004 prepares to practice a pit stop

Formula One Testing: Jacques Villeneuve BAR Honda 004 prepares to practice a pit stop
Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) BAR Honda 004 prepares to practice a pit stop Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 19 February 2002 BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato Jordan: Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 19 February 2002

Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato Jordan: Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 19 February 2002
Takuma Sato (JPN) Jordan Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 19 February 2002 BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Testing: Enrique Bernoldi Arrows Cosworth A23

Formula One Testing: Enrique Bernoldi Arrows Cosworth A23
Enrique Bernoldi (BRA) Arrows Cosworth A23 Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 19 February 2002 BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Testing: Giancarlo Fisichella Jordan Honda EJ12

Formula One Testing: Giancarlo Fisichella Jordan Honda EJ12
Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA) Jordan Honda EJ12 Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 19 February 2002 BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato Jordan Honda EJ12 practices a pit stop

Formula One Testing: Takuma Sato Jordan Honda EJ12 practices a pit stop
Takuma Sato (JPN) Jordan Honda EJ12 practices a pit stop Formula One Testing, Silverstone, England, 19 February 2002 BEST IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Non-Championship: The unfortunate Keke Rosberg Theodore has trouble opening

Formula One Non-Championship: The unfortunate Keke Rosberg Theodore has trouble opening the champagne bottle that is
The unfortunate Keke Rosberg (FIN) Theodore (centre) has trouble opening the champagne bottle that is meant to celebrate his first Formula One victory in the non-championship race

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Non-Championship: The Master of Ceremonies summons help as Keke Rosberg Theodore has

Formula One Non-Championship: The Master of Ceremonies summons help as Keke Rosberg Theodore has trouble opening
The Master of Ceremonies summons help as Keke Rosberg (FIN) Theodore (centre) has trouble opening the champagne bottle meant to celebrate his first Formula One victory in the non-championship race

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Non-Championship: Lady Driver Divina Galica Hesketh 308E started the race as the first

Formula One Non-Championship: Lady Driver Divina Galica Hesketh 308E started the race as the first reserve but crashed
Lady Driver Divina Galica (GBR) Hesketh 308E started the race as the first reserve but crashed out after eleven laps. It was the last time a Hesketh raced

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Non-Championship: BRDC International Trophy, Silverstone, England, 19 March 1978

Formula One Non-Championship: BRDC International Trophy, Silverstone, England, 19 March 1978
Tony Trimmer (GBR) McLaren M23 finished third. BRDC International Trophy, Silverstone, England, 19 March 1978

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Non-Championship: Rupert Keegan Hesketh 308E crashed out after twelve laps

Formula One Non-Championship: Rupert Keegan Hesketh 308E crashed out after twelve laps
Rupert Keegan (GBR) Hesketh 308E crashed out after twelve laps. It was the last time a Hesketh raced. BRDC International Trophy, Silverstone, England, 19 March 1978

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One Non-Championship: HRH The Duke of Edinburgh talks with Alan Jones Hesketh who finished

Formula One Non-Championship: HRH The Duke of Edinburgh talks with Alan Jones Hesketh who finished seventh
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (Left) talks with Alan Jones (AUS) Hesketh who finished seventh. BRDC Daily Express International Trophy, Silverstone, England, 13 April 1975

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: Formula One World Championship: Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra MS11 retired on lap 77 with gearbox

Formula One World Championship: Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra MS11 retired on lap 77 with gearbox failure. Ê
Jean-Pierre Beltoise (FRA) Matra MS11 retired on lap 77 with gearbox failure.Ê Canadian Grand Prix, Mont-Tremblant, Canada, 22 September 1968

Background imageImages Dated 20th February 2002: London, England

London, England
St. Stephens Tower, called Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, England


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