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Australian Supercar Decides To Be A Flame-Propelled Rocketship For Halloween

“They said I could be anything, so I became a rocketship.” - this Supercar, probably. James Moffat’s No. 34 Volvo had an unexpected engine failure that resulted in a big engine fire on lap 109 of today’s Bathurst 1000. Read more...
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