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Thunder Mustang

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John Parker's Thunder Mustang was involved in a high speed abort accident at Reno Stead on Monday evening, around 1710. The airplane veered off the runway safely but the hot brakes ignited a fire that quickly consumed the entire aircraft. John is safe but the Thunder Mustang is no more.


The Sport Class is already mourning the loss of one of its most loved and renowned aircraft. Most racers will be arriving at Reno in less than a week. It is just not going to be the same without John's familiar blue P-51 replica competing for the Gold.


Colleen
 

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