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Not to take it away from anyone but Cal was on fire. Hope he keeps it rubber side down...speaking of which doesn't anyone find it a bit odd that with all the finances thrown at this meeting there isn't something than can go round the track and blow/wash the sand away. Nice wide track, one line. I know it would wash the rubber off but I'd rather see use of the entire track (different lines, overtaking and race craft) rather than what it currently is. Dovi is showing his class so far.

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