The intellectual capacity and manufacturing processes in the chinese factories is not at all typical "clone"esque. I venture to suggest the same authentic factories produce/own clone factories. Nothing I can learn online allows for any doubt or distrust. View the videos. The factories and staff seem to view this work as there devine calling. Checkem out
A little competition for nothing more than a nice post with your name splashed all over it to tell people you're that person in the know.
All you have to do is predict the top three in qualifying for the Moto GP in Austin, Texas.
Here are the rules.
Get the right rider in the right position..........5 Points
Get the right rider in the wrong position ......2 points
The earliest prediction takes priority so the quicker you get your prediction in the better. In other words if you duplicate an earlier prediction you are second already.
Last chance for prediction is when the second session starts.
Good luck to everyone.
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