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Hey there!

We thought you might be interested in this: http://circuitoftheamericas.com/f1/recap

We're so glad your little guy had such a blast! We hope to see you at the track again soon.

-COTA

Wow, thanks for the link! I totally see somebody on there who looks familiar! :) This was his second trip out to the track. I have no doubt he will be back many, many times!

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