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    After the Las Vegas Duel in the Desert we are looking for a new engine for the 2014 season,







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     We are always looking for interested marketing partners for our racing venture. We can adjust our plans to help meet your marketing goals for 2014. It could be one race, one month or the whole season.

    Contact me rick@duricaracing.com  and I will be glad to discuss your plans and goals for this season.

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    DURICA Racing getting ready for the 2014 racing season

    Las Vegas, NV (Jan 2014)

    The Durica Racing team is getting ready for the 2014 racing season. Rick will be using the same car from the last few seasons, with its most recent 2013 updates.
    Rick would like to thank his sponsors, Cole Kepro International from Las Vegas, NV. Hasting Piston Rings, Hasting, Mich. Silver Dollar Recycling, North Las Vegas, NV, Jerry’s Extreme Machine, Pahrump NVCalifornia Tool and Supply, Riverside CA and Durica Racing.com for their support during the 2012 racing season.



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