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ORCi World Championship - Images from races 5 and 6

by Max Ranchi Photography on 30 Jun 2013
2013 ORCi World Championship - Race 5 & 6 © Max Ranchi Photography http://www.maxranchi.com
Max Ranchi was on site today in Ancona to capture these images from races 5 and 6 at the ORCi World Championship. Enjoy!









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