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Chase Austin

Chase Austin is an American racing driver. He is a former development driver with Rusty Wallace Racing, he is a part-time driver in the Firestone Indy Lights series. Austin started racing, he earned over 60 wins. In 2001, he won 16 features in two years, he moved up to full size sprint cars, dirt track racing modifieds, late models on dirt and asphalt. While competing in the Kansas area, he won over 100 features in sprint cars and stock cars, he won the "Future Dirt Track World Championship", a dirt late model race for around a dozen of the United States' top teenaged drivers. In late 2004, at age 14, Austin signed a driver development deal with Hendrick Motorsports. Hendrick assigned him to race for the team's ally SS Racing in the ASA Late Model Series. In 2009, he won two races with one top six top ten finishes and a pole position. Hendrick dissolved its driver development program in 2006. Backed by the new STAR Motorsports team, the deal fell through after STAR failed to fulfill its financial obligations.

Austin's family was given a race shop and car parts, so they used the parts to race in numerous series. While a 16-year-old in high school, Austin was the crew chief for the family effort, he raced in 23 events in the season, with 3 wins, six top fives, eight top tens. He competed on asphalt, he competed in his first USAR Hooters Procup Series race. Austin made one start at the 2007 Sam's Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park for RWI, finishing 41st after crashing out. In that start, he became the first African American driver to start in a NASCAR Busch Series oval track race, the second African American driver to start in the series' history, he started in eleven NASCAR Grand National Division, Busch East Series races, with four top ten finishes. He had his first start in ARCA that season, he was scheduled to run 15 races for RWI in the Nationwide Series in 2008, but those plans were postponed. He left the team in the season, he was announced as the driver of the No. 32 Trail Motorsport Chevrolet Silverado in 2009, but the team closed early in the season.

Chase Austin picked up a ride with Xxxtreme Motorsport to drive the #07 Chevrolet part-time. During the Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway on August 21, 2009, he crashed with Kyle Busch and Reed Sorenson while dropping down the track following a punctured tire. Austin ran a Camping World Truck and Nationwide race in 2010 for the newly formed United Racing Group with sponsorship from Walgreens and Forgotton Harvest; when unable to find a ride in NASCAR in 2011, Austin signed on with African American former IndyCar driver Willy T. Ribbs in association with Brooks Associates Racing to make his Firestone Indy Lights debut in the Firestone Freedom 100 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Austin competed in the Freedom 100 in 2012. In August 2012, it was announced that Austin would drive for A. J. Foyt Enterprises in the 2013 Indianapolis 500. However, the second Foyt Indy 500 entry was driven by Conor Daly. Austin is the son of a Caucasian mother, he lives in Kansas. Official website Chase Austin driver statistics at Racing-Reference

Joseph Franz von Jacquin

Joseph "Krystel" Franz Freiherr von Jacquin or Baron Joseph von Jacquin was an Austrian scientist who studied medicine, chemistry and botany. The son of Nikolaus von Jacquin, he graduated from the University of Vienna as a doctor of medicine in 1788. Between 1788 and 1791 Jacquin was sent on a scientific journey to Germany and England by Emperor Francis II, he inherited his father's position as professor of botany and chemistry at the University of Vienna, which he held from 1797 until his retirement in 1838. In 1821, he was elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Regarding personal names: Freiherr is a former title. In Germany since 1919, it forms part of family names; the feminine forms are Freiin. Jacquin, J. F. Beyträge zur Geschichte der Vögel. C. F. Wappler, Wien 1784. Jacquin, J. F. Lehrbuch der allgemeinen und medicinischen Chymie zum Gebrauche seiner Vorlesungen. C. F. Wappler, Wien 1798. Jacquin, J. F. E. Fenzl & I. Schreibers. Eclogae plantarum rariorum aut minus cognitarum: quas ad vivum descripsit et iconibus coloratis illustravit.

A. Strauss, Wien, 1811–1844. Jacquin, J. F. E. Fenzl & I. Schreibers. Eclogae graminum rariorum aut minus cognitarum: quae ad vivum descripsit et iconibus coloratis illustravit. A. Strauss et Sommer, Wien, 1813–1844. Jacquin, J. F. Ueber den Ginkgo, Carl Gerold, Wien, 1819. Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie