Achat Hotel Mannheim / Hockenheim
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... dropped. Despite having a loose driver's door, even Brit Garry Paffett set a fastest time! After 100 minutes of racing, the last lap sign was held out and ex-F1 driver Timo Glock claimed the checkered flag.
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... packed or any of the various other items I would never have imagined. Other noteworthy items have been a 5kg saltlick for horses (along with riding crops and saddle rugs), more stupid pop up tents than I ever care to see again and a full on wetsuit with boots and hood. Every day is definitely different! I've seen a canoe go through, but thankfully I didn't have to bubble wrap it!
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