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10/07/2009

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The giant left hand turn was rigged?! Mercy. What am I to think about such riveting news?

Is there such a thing as a pure sport any more?

I saw that one from Turn One. I thought Cogan had a broken tie rod?

I think The changes sound small, but the automaker says they can add up to significant savings when combined with computerized monitoring.

That was a bad incident when Kevin Cogan crashed back into Foyts cars and had a bad damage done to his car ...

No doubt they made money outta all this..!1 Obviously everybody is not as good as you & me..!! You got an headache and I'm running outta here now..!! Can't take it anymore. Thanks for the news though..

Auto racing any kind is really clean, and a multi-car teams, race results can be changed on these groups, it happens all the time.

The crash was intentional. Incredibly strange accident, combined with a motive to make money by taking Foyt leads to the conclusion that this was done intentionally.

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