Drag Race: Susan Roush McClenaghan Propane Ford Mustang Vs My 1993 Dodge Dakota

YOUTUBE: THIS VIDEO WAS UPLOADED IN WIDESCREEN FORMAT AND DOESN'T PLAY IN WIDESCREEN EVEN WITH 480P SELECTED. First round of open comp at NMCA in Bradenton Florida March 21 2010 I get paired up with Susan Roush and the Propane Mustang in 1st round of Open Comp. Guess who gets the win light :-) Another racer said to me "You just ruined her Sunday morning ha ha ha"

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