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GS_Nationals_OCT_22_2011_436 Super 16 Final: 9.472 @ 138.94 mph

SUPER 16 FINAL RACE: S-16: 9.472 @ 138.94 -vs- 9.762 @ 139.83 mph 1. #975 Steve Reynolds, Manitowoc, WI '70 GSX 2. #1992 Bruce Kent, San Dimas, CA '73 Apollo http://www.gsnationals.com Buick GS Nationals Oct 22, 2011


 


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