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Sophia Flörsch ist eine deutsche Rennfahrerin aus München. Ihr schwerer Unfall beim FormelRennen in Macau sorgte für weltweite Schlagzeilen. Sophia Flörsch: Neue Videos vom Macau-Unfall aufgetaucht: ( Min.) Es waren mit die erschreckendsten Motorsport-Bilder des Jahres, als. Die Münchenerin Sophia Flörsch wurde bei einem Unfall ausgehebelt und schlug mit hoher Geschwindigkeit in einen Fangzaun ein – Rennen unterbrochen. Sophia Flörsch wird erneut beim FormelRennen in Macau an den Start gehen - Sie wird für HWA bei deren Debüt auf dem Guia Circuit. Wie es zum schweren Unfall von Sophia Flörsch beim FormelGrand-Prix in Macau kam und welche Faktoren alle Beteiligten vor.
Sophia Flörsch wird erneut beim FormelRennen in Macau an den Start gehen - Sie wird für HWA bei deren Debüt auf dem Guia Circuit. Wie es zum schweren Unfall von Sophia Flörsch beim FormelGrand-Prix in Macau kam und welche Faktoren alle Beteiligten vor. Sophia Flörsch in Macao. Sophia Flörsch (* 1. Dezember in München) ist eine deutsche Automobilrennfahrerin. 1 Karriere. Werdegang; Unfall in Macau ; ; 2 Statistik. Karrierestationen; Unfall: Vor einem Jahr hatte FormelFahrerin Sophia Flörsch in Macau einen heftigen Crash, nun kehrt die Jährige an die Strecke zurück. Sophia Flörsch in Macao. Sophia Flörsch (* 1. Dezember in München) ist eine deutsche Automobilrennfahrerin. 1 Karriere. Werdegang; Unfall in Macau ; ; 2 Statistik. Karrierestationen; Ein Jahr nach ihrem schweren Unfall kehrt Sophia Flörsch nach Macau zurück. Angst empfindet sie nicht - stattdessen ist sie glücklich über die.
Consultation in traditional Chinese medicine is also available. None of the Macau hospitals are independently assessed through international healthcare accreditation.
There are no western-style medical schools in Macau, and thus all aspiring physicians in Macau have to obtain their education and qualification elsewhere.
The Macau Red Cross also operates ambulances Toyota HiAce vans for emergency and non-emergencies to local hospitals with volunteer staff.
The organization has a total of uniformed firefighters and paramedics serving from 7 stations in Macau. The Health Bureau in Macau is mainly responsible for coordinating the activities between the public and private organizations in the area of public health , and assure the health of citizens through specialized and primary health care services, as well as disease prevention and health promotion.
It also handles the organization of care and prevention of diseases affecting the population, sets guidelines for hospitals and private healthcare providers, and issues licences.
As of [update] Macau healthcare authorities send patients to Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong in instances where the local Macau hospitals are not equipped to deal with their scenarios, and many Macau residents intentionally seek healthcare in Hong Kong because they place more trust in Hong Kong doctors than in Mainland-trained doctors operating in Macau.
Education in Macau does not have a single centralised set of standards or curriculum. Individual schools follow different educational models, including Chinese, Portuguese, Hong Kong, and British systems.
Of residents aged 3 and older, 69 per cent completed lower secondary education, 49 per cent graduated from an upper secondary school, 21 per cent earned a bachelor's degree or higher.
While lower than that of other developed economies, the rate is due to the influx of refugees from mainland China during the post-war colonial era.
Much of the elderly population were not formally educated due to war and poverty. Most schools in the territory are private institutions.
Out of the 77 non-tertiary schools, 10 are public and the other 67 are privately run. Students at the secondary school level studying in neighbouring areas of Guangdong are also eligible for tuition subsidies.
The vast majority of schools use Cantonese as the medium of instruction , with written education in Chinese and compulsory classes in Mandarin.
A minority of private schools use English or Portuguese as the primary teaching language. Luso-Chinese schools mainly use Chinese, but additionally require mandatory Portuguese-language classes as part of their curriculum.
Macau has ten universities and tertiary education institutes. The University of Macau , founded in , is the territory's only public comprehensive university.
The Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau is the oldest higher institute, specialising in educating future nursing staff for the college's parent hospital.
Five other institutes specialise in specific vocations or provide continuing education. The mixing of the Chinese and Portuguese cultures and religious traditions for more than four centuries has left Macau with an inimitable collection of holidays, festivals and events.
The biggest event of the year is the Macau Grand Prix in November,  when the main streets in Macau Peninsula are converted to a racetrack bearing similarities with the Monaco Grand Prix.
The Lunar Chinese New Year is the most important traditional festival and celebration normally takes place in late January or early February.
All events and festivities of the year end with Winter Solstice in December. Macau preserves many historical properties in the urban area.
One of the main examples of the report is that the headquarter of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government, which is located on the Guia foothill and obstructs the view of the Guia Fortress one of the world heritages symbols of Macao.
Food in Macau is mainly based on both Cantonese and Portuguese cuisine , drawing influences from Indian and Malay dishes as well, reflecting a unique cultural and culinary blend after centuries of colonial rule.
While many restaurants claim to serve traditional Portuguese or Macanese dishes, most serve a mix of Cantonese-Portuguese fusion cuisine.
Despite its small area, Macau is home to a variety of sports and recreational facilities that have hosted a number of major international sporting events, including the East Asian Games , the Lusophony Games , and the Asian Indoor Games.
The territory regularly hosts the Macau Grand Prix , one of the most significant annual motorsport competitions that uses city streets as the racetrack.
It is the only street circuit that hosts Formula Three , touring car , and motorcycle races in the same event. The Guia Circuit , with narrow corner clearance and a winding path, is considered an extremely challenging course and a serious milestone for prospective Formula One racers.
Macau represents itself separately from mainland China with its own sports teams in international competitions. The territory maintains its own National Olympic Committee , but does not compete in the Olympic Games.
Current International Olympic Committee rules specify that new NOCs can only be admitted if they represent sovereign states Hong Kong has participated in the Olympics since before the regulation change in Macau has six sister cities , listed chronologically by year joined: .
Macau is part of the Union of Luso-Afro-Americo-Asiatic Capital Cities   from 28 June , establishing brotherly relations with the following cities:.
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Main article: Geography of Macau. Marina at Macau Fisherman's Wharf. Tourism plays an important role in the economy of Macau, the people from Mainland China being the region's most prolific tourists.
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Production cars joined the event in , which were superseded by touring cars in The event received world championship status from to as the final round of the World Touring Car Championship.
In , the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix was introduced. Many current or former Formula One drivers have participated in the event early in their careers and some of them have won the prestigious prize.
The Macau Grand Prix was originally conceived in as a treasure hunt around the streets of the city,  but shortly after, it was suggested that the hunt's track could host a professional racing event for local motor enthusiasts.
The race continued as an amateur race until , when Belgian driver Mauro Bianchi entered the race in an Alpine A chassis The motorcycle race was introduced in , and in that year the first fatal tragedy struck the race: double champion Dodjie Laurel was killed when he lost control of his car and crashed.
This raised the alarm for more safety improvements for the race. Teddy Yip was one of the main forces behind the Macau Grand Prix back in the s and s, leading this Grand Prix to be one of the world's most famous motor racing events.
The Macau Grand Prix parties he hosted for many years at his home also became a central part of the social aspect of the Grand Prix.
In , it was decided by the organisers that since Formula Pacific was becoming obsolete, the race would be held as a Formula Three event.
Initially, they wanted to run a F2 race, but as they were unwilling to make any large circuit modifications, which included cutting down trees, the organisers decided to adopt Formula 3 cars for the feature race and it was sanctioned by FIA as the F3 World Cup title race.
At the same time, Yokohama Tire was officially designated as the sole supplier of control tires for the competitors. This decision has seen the reputation of the event in the motorsport world increase rapidly, with the event attracting the best young drivers from Europe and Japan.
The first F3 race was won by a young Ayrton Senna. The race in was a memorable one, as Michael Schumacher and Mika Häkkinen were involved in an incident when they were in first and second going into the final lap.
At the main straight just after the Mandarin Oriental Bend, Häkkinen hit the back of Schumacher's car and crashed out when he attempted to overtake him.
However, only two drivers in the field in the s -- Valtteri Bottas in and Charles Leclerc in —who have started this race has won a Formula One race, and was the last time a Macau Grand Prix winner won a Formula One race.
The Macau Grand Prix race weekend normally starts on the Thursday and ends on the Sunday on the second or third week of November.
The first two days Thursday and Friday are generally scheduled for practice and qualifying. Apart from the two major races held at the race weekend, the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix is also one of the highlights of the weekend since it features former or current racers of the Superbike World Championship and stars of Britain's legendary open-road motorcycle races such as the Isle of Man TT.
He was trapped in his Formula car and burned. Ma was killed instantly. The wrecked remains of his car was dumped at sea on its return trip.
Chan jumped out of the car before it crashed into a wall and burst into flames. He died from internal bleeding shortly after being admitted to hospital.
The car hit a sea wall, spun across the rain-soaked track and ploughed into the almost totally unprotected crowd, consisting of several young spectators.
One of them, an eight-year-old child, later died of his injuries and five children between 6 and 10 received hospital treatment.
The accident led Glemser, the Guia Race winner, to retire from racing months later. The driver parked the burning car in the pits with two firefighters trying to extinguish the fire.
A Porsche T lost control spun out of control after hitting the oil slick, striking into two firemen and three track officials, before crashing into a barrier, destroying the car frontally.
The fireman later died from his injuries. The car ploughed into several tyre barriers before hitting a parked car and then continued on before hitting a truck, killing a pedestrian a tourist who was not part of the event , injuring three others and while Vershuur suffered back and leg injuries.
The incident led to his team, Renault Dealer Team Holland, to pull out of the race as a mark of respect. The rescue team tried to put out the fire with the fire extinguisher.
The driver was airlifted to the hospital, but died shortly afterwards. The 3. It is recognised as one of the most challenging circuits in the world.
The first title race was held in as a sports car race. In the tile race switched to the Formula Libre till , when Formula Pacific come into play.
The first Guia race for touring cars was held in The event was notable in that very few touring car races were held on street circuits at the time.
Huff has won a record eight races at the circuit. Macau is a special event for motorcycle riders. Because of the street circuit nature, the course is closer to the legendary British open-road races than a regulation MotoGP circuit.
In , the award-winning documentary Macau Gladiators by German director Andreas Knuffmann appeared.
Starting in , there is an age limit for drivers; drivers may be no older than 59 years days, as bronze-level drivers are prohibited from participation.
Under FIA driver grading rules, any driver over 60 is a bronze driver, regardless of his accomplishments.
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