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A Backwards Slalom Race Is The Right Way To Do Qualifying

Are you the aging oligarch of a major racing series? Are you tired of seeing cars qualify on ovals one at a time? Have you grown bored of qualifying formats that people understand? Are you looking to spice things up for no reason? The backwards slalom is the answer. Read more...
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