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Ohhhh Ya

Gotta Love that...check out sir Strokenoff...not even a glance over...he had his eyes on that finish line all the way! :rofl:

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That's a big no-no...you should be ashamed of yourselves. Think of the children! Like poor little Jordan Prokop. I had to make a couple 6k rpm blasts just to catch you guys and explain to him how wrong you two were for putting on such a juvenile display.

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You guys are just dam* lucky I was all the way at the back of the line making sure everyone was accounted for!! }

I would have kicked both your arse's.

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Like poor little Jordan Prokop. I had to make a couple 6k rpm blasts just to catch you guys and explain to him how wrong you two were for putting on such a juvenile display.
Explain to him?? Yeah right. He was probably sitting there yelling go Strokie!! So much for trying to teach an 11 year old that street racing is a no no. The last couple years of pounding that in his head went right out the window! } j/k

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I was stuck in the nosebleed section with Mark just trying to image what was going on up front. :p


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Yeah right. He was probably sitting there yelling go Strokie!!
Actually...he had no idea what was going on until I told him. You done good dad.

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You guys are just dam* lucky I was all the way at the back of the line making sure everyone was accounted for!! }

I would have kicked both your arse's.

no doubt you would have! at least you MAY have got me...i can't seem to find 3rd gear these days.. :p

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Yeah, Yeah, I got caught sleep'n. Was actually watching him out the corner of my eye waiting for him to come to the "Line", but the light turned and he was GONE while I was back on my line lock and breaking tires loose again.

Guy in the merging truck thought it was pretty cool! Too bad that econobox was in front of me or Jim would still be trying to catch me

Thanks for the clip Jim!

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