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Offline amgsl55

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I have watched it 3 or 4 times so far. Most car/bike racing films don't translate that well in a movie; but this one is just fantastic. Even a person who isn't into bikes would find this an interesting movie to watch.

I guess you also have Faster and Fastest in your collection

faster was a bit meh, Fastest was good



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Offline racecomp

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Northwest 200.

Sit back, hit the HD option, no time starts itís a full balls out race, kerbs other crazy rides, trees, lamp posts and it's on! Usual suspects are in it, makes the TT look tame. Bring back Bathurst and these guys would be on the grid.     

http://youtu.be/BzWf-6UzQUA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU-ynRoqDEs&feature=share&list=PLOJpnyYvE2pTOJtWpr7P3FBJhR9gLSpmf






Offline amgsl55

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A DISPUTE involving Qantas, a $300,000 Aston Martin and hungry rats has found its way to trial in the Adelaide Magistrates Court.

Magistrate Simon Milazzo today opened a trial brought against Qantas by Adelaide liquidator Ian Lock.

Mr Lock claims his luxury V8 Vantage Roadster sustained $9,000 damage when rats chew through wires in the car's electronics system after he left the vehicle with Qantas valet parking staff in August last year.

He claims that when he picked it up the next day, the car's dashboard displayed a message warning "emission system service required".

Mr Lock said the dealership, from which he bought the car two weeks earlier, told him there was damage to the wiring "in an inaccessible place" and "there were rat droppings behind the engine".

Qantas has denied liability for the damage, claiming investigations had found no sign of rats in the carpark and that the damage must have occurred elsewhere.

Magistrate Milazzo and lawyers for both sides went to Adelaide Airport today to inspect the valet parking premises.

The trial is expected to last for two days

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/adelaide-court-hears-dispute-involving-qantas-300k-aston-martin-and-hungry-rats/story-e6frea83-1226641360049



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Ive never seen Judge Judy go to a scene to reach a verdict. Our judges must be useless, she does 3 cases in 30 minutes.



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