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California Dispatch from BAJA - Ensenada that is!

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MAY 16 we return to Baja and to Ensenada with the Gran Carrera de GP and the PURE UTV "125" -- Brand new course, never before used. Brand new Ejido and some of the old faces of the Gran Carreras. Check it out at: www.averacing.com

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