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    World motorcycle hearse speed record broken

    A new world record for the fastest motorcycle hearse has been set. The Reverend Paul Sinclair, 46, of Heather in Leicestershire, set a new record of 117.6mph on his Suzuki Hayabusa powered sidecar hearse at Elvington Airfield.

    The previous record of 114.1mph was held by the Reverend Ray Bidiss, on his Triumph Rocket powered sidecar hearse.

    The Rev. Sinclair believes he can top his own record. He said: I was a bit apprehensive about the reception Id get from the other riders as Ive arranged funerals services for many of their late friends. Thats why I turned up in the same smart, black clothes Id wear for a service. Next time Im going to wear my leathers, which are a lot more streamlined, next time. Im confident I can top 120mph, no problem.
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    Highway to Hell?

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    Quickly now, the crematorium is due to close...
    Do you realise how many holes there could be if people would just take the time to take the dirt out of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSTRS View Post
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    Quickly now, the crematorium is due to close...
    Was he going to do burnouts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedder View Post
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    Was he going to do burnouts?
    I don't think they do them outside anymore. I could be wrong...
    Do you realise how many holes there could be if people would just take the time to take the dirt out of them?

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