The one-day auction will include truck tractors, heavy haul trucks, containers, reefer trailers and van trucks. All items will be sold without minimum bids or reserve prices, said Ritchie Bros.”Typically, our auctions feature equipment from a variety of sectors, but with this transportation-only event we are focusing our efforts to create a unique auction for one industry with trucks and trailers from owners across the USA,” said Rob Giroux, senior vice president of sales at Ritchie Bros.www.rbauction.com
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The state on Sunday announced 15 new positive COVID-19 patients reported in five regions of the state. This brings Alaska’s cumulative case count to 272. No additional deaths or hospitalizations were reported, according to the Department of Health and Social Services. Of the new cases; 6 are in Anchorage, four in the Mat-su, 3 in Fairbanks, 1 in Juneau and 1 in Ketchikan. Regarding the state’s mandates note that several revisions were made on Saturday to Attachment A – Essential Services and Critical Infrastructure Workforce and also to Mandate 12 and Attachment B – Alaska Small Community Emergency Travel Order. These revisions were mentioned by Commissioner Crum earlier this week during a press conference and are now posted on the Governor’s website and also on the DHSS COVID-19 webpage.Stay informedAlaska’s ResponseFind more information about how to keep yourself and your family healthy at the DHSS webpage, coronavirus.alaska.govVisit the governor’s webpage on COVID-19 at gov.alaska.gov/covid19newsVisit ready.alaska.gov/covid19 on the Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management webpage for Unified Command information, community press releases and other documents.United States ResponseThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leads the U.S. response.Global ResponseThe World Health Organization guides the global response.Questions about COVID-19?For general questions and assistance, please call 2-1-1.For the general public, questions regarding DHSS COVID response, including mandates and alerts, can be sent to [email protected] care providers should direct clinical questions to the Section of Epidemiology.
Written By Daniel Suarez needed to race his way into the Daytona 500. He ended up wrecking out.Suarez’s No. 96 Toyota got sandwiched between a pair of Fords headed to pit road midway through the first of two qualifying races Thursday night. Suarez got hit by Ryan Blaney and slid through the wet infield grass at Daytona International Speedway, tearing up his race car and ending his chance of making “The Great American Race.”“It’s very extremely frustrating, honestly,” Suarez said, fighting back tears. “All I want to do is go home. A lot of frustration, brokenhearted because I’ve been working my ass off to try to make this happen and it doesn’t work.”The only full-time Mexican driver in any NASCAR national series, Suarez lost his job with top Cup Series teams the last two years — first with Joe Gibbs Racing in 2018 and then Stewart-Haas Racing last year. The former Xfinity Series champion signed a deal late last month to drive with Gaunt Brothers Racing.The fledgling team doesn’t have a NASCAR charter, which guarantees 36 of the 40 starting spots every week, and arrived at Daytona knowing Suarez had to race his way into the season opener. Making the challenge more daunting, the team was short an engineer and a mechanic and didn’t have any simulator time.“We did the best we could with the time that we had,” Suarez said.Having a charter is key at Daytona, where more cars than usual enter the race in hopes of getting a piece of the series’ largest purse. Suarez said Gaunt was in the market to buy one, but none were on the market.“There is not one for sale that I know. We went to Wal-Mart seven times and didn’t find anything,” he joked. “No, there is nothing for sale. We actually tried, but there is nothing for sale. That’s a situation, you know. That’s how it works. Eventually hopefully we can find the right one.”Still, Suarez liked his chances of making the race. He only needed to beat Reed Sorenson, Chad Finchum and Joey Gase in the 125-mile qualifier to land a coveted spot in the 500. Sorenson ended up earning the berth.Suarez and his spotter blamed the crash on a lack of clear communication between Team Penske teammates Blaney and Brad Keselowski. Suarez was following Keselowski, who put his hand out the window to signal he was pitting. Suarez said he moved to the right to pass Keselowski, but Blaney “didn’t give me enough room.”“All those last calls, secret calls, whatever they want to call it, they just … it doesn’t work,” he said.Blaney shouldered the blame for the wreck, which caused enough damage to his car that the team is considering switching to a backup before the 500.“We got lucky,” Blaney said. “We should have never been in that spot in the first place. It was just an error on my part and kind of a little lack of communication that didn’t end well.” COMMENT Last Updated: 14th February, 2020 13:27 IST Suarez Wrecks In Qualifier, Fails To Land Daytona 500 Spot Daniel Suarez needed to race his way into the Daytona 500. He ended up wrecking out. First Published: 14th February, 2020 13:27 IST FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV Associated Press Television News