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After a hairy 477 MPH ride, North American Eagle land-speed racing team heads home empty-handed

Photo courtesy LandSpeed.com. Despite a series of setbacks that kept the North American Eagle land-speed racing team from setting records during its most recent outing – and despite one run that nearly ended the team’s racing goals altogether – team members said they intend to regroup and continue their pursuit of the ultimate land-speed record. […]
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