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Street Racing, the safe way!

Street Racing the safe way111366
01/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111367
02/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111368
03/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111369
04/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111370
05/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111371
06/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111372
07/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111373
08/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
Street Racing the safe way111374
09/09
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Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment. The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.
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23rd July 2009, Quebec, Canada. Autodrome St-Eustache has opened its drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization wanted t

Autodrome St-Eustache (Quebec, Canada) started last year to open it's drag strip to the general public. Originally targeting young drivers looking for a quick adrenaline rush, the organization had in mind to keep the dangerous activity out of the streets by providing a safe and controlled environment.

The success was immediate, and this year, the street racing occupies 3 week nights. The track is open to anyone with a valid drivers license. The range of cars racing goes from small compact, to high octane muscle cars.

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