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Mfg Tech Centre to Boycott June 12th Race 
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Mfg Tech centre will not be present at the June 12th LAKC race due to the fact that Chris Curtis has not provided unedited video of the start of the Main event for the May race. mfg stated that CC jumped the start and a new protocol for the shifter race start must be implemented which shall included a light tree as well as having all starts video recorded to insure fair play.

Outside sources close to mfg suggest that the real reason for mfg Tech Centre pilots absences is that Brazilian Superstar Alex King is in talks with Force India in Great Briton and the Mighty German Michael Goebel has not had the proper time to repair his trusty GP6 Chassis. A close friend to mfg, that will remain anonymous with the initials of ET or a.k.a. BB, said that the Mighty German sustained a massive back injury while lifting a 502kg beer barrel in Germany just a few days ago. mfg himself was not available for comment but it is guaranteed that a full assault by both mfg Tech Centre pilots is assured at the July LAKC race and nothing less than victory will be accepted for the Mighty German and Brazilian Superstar.

The Helmet has however stated that it doesn't have any issues showing up for a signing session as many fans did not get a chance at the last race..

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Wolfgang Von Schister

Mon Jun 06, 2011 6:18 pm

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Sources close to Alex King has confirmed his return to London tonight after 4-day stay in Paris, France. The Brazilian Superstar is reportedly to be in poor health conditions and under medical observation for possible 'e-coli'. An unamed sourced indicated tonight "Alex is in extreme pain. He had great difficulty making his way from his hotel to the airport earlier today and had to make an emergency stop - to his fortune - at University Paris where he was able to get immediate relief. Doctors have not determined the cause for his sudden decline in health - which started 2-days ago - but a ham & chees crepe or a sandwich picked up at the local deli may have caused it".

MFG KOSMIC GP had declared its intention to boycott this weekend's grand prix; however, it appears that the French got to them first.

Wed Jun 08, 2011 3:34 pm
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