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Not long after passsing the 90 years mark, Roy Salvadori passed away earlier today.http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/100114
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I bet he would get a better and longer career if he had a better machine into his hands
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I remember going to Goodwood as a kid, and I seem to remember he was racing there. I met the late Barry Sheene that day, too.
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It is always sad when a driver dies, Rest in Peace.
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Tragic. R.I.P. Roy
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Ah no. RIP Roy.
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That's sad to hear. RIP Roy.
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