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How Does This Just Snap In Half?!

Everything about the current V8-powered Australian Supercars is pretty extreme. The components on the car have to be pretty meaty to handle all the power and the door-to-door banging around these cars do. So, then how does a big fat transaxle linkage just snap in half mid-race?! Read more...
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