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Launch Control 14: The Grand Finale

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October 31, 2013
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The Final Showdown between Higgins and Blockensauce comes down to the final round of the 2013 Rally America Championship: the Lake Superior Performance Rally in Houghton, Michigan. It's an epic 21-minute finale you won't forget.


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