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When Racers Where RACERS! Old Race Car Crashes www.RightFace.us

http://www.RightFace.us Change of pace video. Non political. Watch and be amazed with old car racing footage from the good ole days. In the early days of automobile raving they did not use seatbelts and roll cages were not even thought of. One famous racer of the day, Eddie Rickenbacker went on to fame as our leading Ace in WWI and then owned the Indy 500 race track and was President of Eastern Airplines. Great soundtrack on this one!


 


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