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The event will be held in Parker, Arizona, on approximately an 83-mile loop with some of the best spectating areas available in off-road racing today, wow, we are adding approximately 3-miles to last year’s racecourse! Again, the PARKER PYTHON, which was added in 2004, will be expanded and be a big part of the event. [...]

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