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You forgotten that we're missing JGTC too... now known as SuperGT. Is awesome race, you'll see them overspeeding the corner to overtake and sometimes drifting.

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    Mitsubishi Evo 10 performs a timely pop and bang which literally smoked a salty cam car driver

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