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AEM Prediction Game - GNCC, GNC This Weekend

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We just wanted to remind everyone to get your picks in for this weekends racing! The cut off is tomorrow night at midnight. You can pick for the GNC in CA or the GNCC in NC or both!

We have a couple great prizes this weekend.

For the GNCC we have a new Rath Racing Bumper!

And

For the GNC we have a new Rath Racing Grab Bar!

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Remember that your score adds to the total for an end of the series prize.

And don't forget to check out the last two GNCC race photos and some new misc photos of BMX and skatboarding!

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