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X(13), X(14), X(98), X(542) P see below 

K450 is an axial orthopivotal cubic with orthopivot P, the reflection of the Tarry point X(98) in the perpendicular bisector of the Fermat points X(13) and X(14). SEARCH = 3.14545293138011. P is now X(11005) in ETC (20161123). This bisector is also the trilinear polar of X(523) and contains the centers of the Jerabek and Kiepert hyperbolas. It is the axis of symmetry of the cubic. K450 is a circular cubic with singular focus F = X(868) obviously on the axis of symmetry. The orthic line is the parallel at G to the Fermat line and contains X(98), X(110), etc. See also K451, K293a and K293b, three other axial orthopivotal cubics. 
