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Old 08-21-2006, 01:28 PM   #1
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VIR Supperbike races on Speed Channel

Did anyone see Matt Mladin on Speed's coverage of the AMA Superbike races at VIR this weekend? He was sporting a straggly beard of some sort. He looked like something right out of Deliverance. I would have let him by me. They could have put a straw hat and a corn cob pipe and put him on Hee Haw. The race was also good. Looks like Mladin is catching up to young Ben.
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