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October 25th, 2015, 08:29 PM   #11
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The only respectful thing Lorenzo can do now is do what Bart Taylor did to Cru Jones...wait up for him at he last lap, and race head to head!

Anyone remember the move RAD? I'm dating myself here.
You literally stole my post.

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The only respectful thing Lorenzo can do now is do what Bart Taylor did to Cru Jones...wait up for him at he last lap, and race head to head!

Anyone remember the move RAD? I'm dating myself here.
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