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    Senior Member McLuvin_R1's Avatar
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    Default California RoadRacing Association

    Anyone racing? I am. I’m also a class sponsor for the season.

    Third Fastest qualifying time at Laguna for amatuer and made decent podium battle my rookie year. Got 4th.

    -Sincerely the coolest CVR troll.
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    I can be a little inShane...

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    Default Re: California RoadRacing Association

    Youíre doing it bro! No one in their 30s on here continued to follow their dreams to race, most of us are old tired fat turds now lmao and judging by the lack on responses on here you can add hater to the mix 🧐

    Good job bro proud of you.

    Ps. CVR is dead. Now letís go ride 😆
    It's good to be back!

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    Default Re: California RoadRacing Association

    Quote Originally Posted by McLuvin_R1 View Post
    Anyone racing? I am. Iím also a class sponsor for the season.

    Third Fastest qualifying time at Laguna for amatuer and made decent podium battle my rookie year. Got 4th.

    -Sincerely the coolest CVR troll.
    Dude, I've been racing too... on tracks all over the world. Well, via Steam and MotoGP 21 that is.

    Looks like fun, but a bit much for this old man.

    I saw you on the morning news a while back, helping out a local family... Good job!

    Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.

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