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APAC Sepang 2019 Race 2 Highlights

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The second round of the Ferrari Challenge APAC series at Sepang International Circuit came to a close under very hot and sunny conditions with track temperatures at a high of 45.5 degree Celsius. The 20 drivers in the field once again showcased great driving skills during an eventful Race 2.

Added on the 24/04/2019 15:46:08 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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