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12 Hours of Sebring 2012 Henri Richard Big Crash

Grosse sortie de Henri Richard sur l'Oreca FLM09 n°025 (Dempsey Racing) lors des 12 Heures de Sebring 2012 et première manche du WEC.


 


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