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Old 25 Aug 2009, 03:20 pm
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Default Formula 2000 Racing Event!!!

Wings & Slicks, Ontario's Premier race training group, wants you to experience some fast fun in a Formula 2000 car at the Dunnville Autodrome.

During the month of September, a portion of your team registration fee will be donated to Easter Seals Ontario.

Join the Grand Prix. Have a blast on the track. Help kids with physical disabilities succeed.

For more info and to register, e-mail cvallis2@easterseals.org
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