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(born 14 November 1977 in Czechoslovakia (present day Czech Republic) is a football central defender for FC Locarno.
In 2007, the part of the show, where a Vaclav
sings Karel Gott's "Láska bláznivá" ("Crazy Love"), was listed among top funniest Czech YouTube videos.
Later in his career, Bittengel returned to the Czech Republic and played for FK Chmel Blšany, where he was the captain. Bittengel, Jan Šimák and Pavel
scored the first-ever top-flight goals for Blšany, each finding the net in a 3–1 win away at Teplice in August 1998.
Other notable contributors of the time were Rhonda Todd (Music Director), DJ Martin, Christy Wild, Shana, Michael Parks, Angela Nixs, Don James, Jackson T, Satch Miata, Igor Smith, Guy Smith, Jill West, Bobby Blue, And Kate Willis. Following Bill Todd's departure the station stayed the course. In the 1990s, KCLB was programmed by JJ Jeffries and then Ron Stryker. Stryker took the station to Number 1 in the ratings for the Coachella Valley. Jocks during this time included both Jeffries and Stryker, Liz West, Katie Brock, John O, Tony Montana, Jon
, and Jones on weekdays, and The Night Manager (Steve Santogrossi) on weekends. Between 2003 and 2005 former Anchorage, Alaska radio personality & programmer Rick Sparks worked with legendary Operations Manager Gary DeMaroney and consultant Greg Ausham to slowly develop KCLB into an Active Rock station while keeping relevant classics in rotation. When General Manager Keith Martin decided to have Sparks work on one of KCLB's sister stations (KDGL, which was underperforming at the time), Antdog (also PD of KKUU) took over as Program Director in 2005 and changed the station moniker from "The Rock" To "93Seven KCLB Rocks" and gave the station a harder edge which performed poorly with the Palm Springs audience. Since then, the station has returned to a more mainstream position and is still trying its best to keep rockin'.
and third in the SRL category. Although the team entered the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and fitted the car with a 3.2-litre BMW straight-six, they were not invited to compete. The team then entered the 1000 km of Nürburgring, part of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS); the car was refitted with the 3-litre BMW straight-six, and was classified as a LMP car. The team finished fourteenth overall, tenth of the LMPs, and third in the LMP675 subclass. The team then returned to the SRWC for the Brno round, with Bruneau being partnered by Robert
and Dominique Lacaud; a broken axle forced them out after three laps. Bruneau was partnered by Rostan and Piers Johnson at Donington Park, but the team retired again; this time due to gearbox failure after 69 laps. Rostan and Bruneau were the two drivers for the penultimate round of the season, held at the Nürburgring; the team finished 17th overall, and sixth in the SRL class. At the final race of the season, held at Magny-Cours, Bruneau and Rostan were joined by Ludovico Manfredi, and the trio took twelfth place overall, and sixth in the SRL category. At the end of the season, PiR Bruneau were classified sixth in the WSRP SRL Team's Championship, with 39 points, whilst Bruneau and Rostan were classified joint ninth in the SRL Driver's Championship. Their single race in the ALMS was enough for them to finish 16th in the ALMS LMP Team's Championship, with 15 points.
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