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December 04, 2019

WE ASSUME THE DRIVER WAS A MIAMI VALET, AND THE CAR WAS NOT HIS

'Cannonball Run' record broken with 27 hour, 25 minute cross-country drive

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Or a Dominos Pizza delevery driver

Do that on a bicycle and I'll be impressed.

"Gumball!"

*wedges into geezer AC Cobra*

George "Cannonball" Baker!

*squeezes into Dan Gurney's Ferrari Daytona*

*kindly asked to leave by security*

It goes without saying, of course, that they set a good example by obeying all traffic laws and not breaking any speed limits.

Google Maps says it should take 40 hours. They must have known a shortcut (maybe a left turn at Albuquerque?)

They traveled down a freeway within two blocks of the PirateSHack. Glad I wasn't driving at the time!

I'm sure they slowed to 20 mph in school zones.

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