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Star Worlds - Success for Percy on day 5 + Video

by Iasonas Georgaris on 9 May 2012
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On day five of the 2012 Star Worlds, another race resulted in Ian Percy scoring yet another bullet with Scheidt now in second and the Irish in third. Nearing the end, it is clear that anything can happen in the final two races.



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