CSP Dragracer II Karmann Ghia Typ34 Shakespeare County Raceway 2010

5. Run 2010, 1/8 Mile 5,80s., 1/4 Mile 9,18 142,54 m/ph, VW Karmann Ghia Type 34 with turbo Engine 2,2l Type1, Driver: Ron Lummus

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CSP Dragracer II Karmann Ghia Typ34 Shakespeare County Raceway 2010
1. Run 2010, 1/8 Mile 5,77s. 120,511 m/ph, 1/4 Mile 9,54s. 113,94 m/ph, VW Karmann Ghia Type 34 with turbo Engine 2,2l Type1, Driver: Ron Lummus





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