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World Record For Super Mario Bros. Broken By A Single Frame

One of the two closest finishes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series came in 2003 when Ricky Craven edged out Kurt Busch by.002 seconds. The second was nearly a decade later when Jimmie Johnson beat Clint Bowyer by the same. To say that either racer won by a hair would be an understatement. Read more...
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