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    Scott Kalitta killed in NHRA qualifying crash - RIP

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    Re: Scott Kalitta killed in NHRA qualifying crash - RIP

    Wow, thats a grusome accident... thats to bad. I don't really follow top fuel or drag racing for that matter, but they sure are fun events to go to, and even funner to participate in. I can understand why he would keep on doing what he loved. And at least he went out doing what he loved. There are worse ways to go.

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    Re: Scott Kalitta killed in NHRA qualifying crash - RIP

    RIP, Scott. NHRA events are pretty cool. When you're in the stands watching, you MUST have ear plugs and even those don't muffle all the sound. The stands and your body just shake as they fly down the track. Insane stuff.

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    Re: Scott Kalitta killed in NHRA qualifying crash - RIP

    This man, I believe, lived in Palmetto- not too ar from me.

    Our local news report had this on last night.

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    Re: Scott Kalitta killed in NHRA qualifying crash - RIP

    RIP Scott
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