Slam! As Joe turner left his room and walked towards his car. David never liked Joe and he never will because of the rough past between them in school, they were both each others worst enemy. David had a feeling that something bad was going to happen in the race, as Joe gave him a dirty look. “Get ready boys,” the commentator ordered. Everyone was ready. Looking back David could see another 11 cars. This is going to be tough David whispered to himself, the referee horned and every racer was off.
David couldn’t hear anything but the power of the engine bursting into life. David was in 5th place while Joe was well ahead. David eased into 3rd place and 2 laps to go, he had to up his game. David was anxious and struggling to move to first but the lack of speed from the racer in front of David cost him the price. Eventually David was in 1st place, But not for long because out of nowhere Joe rushed and smashed into David straight away. According to the rules of the race, smashing into each other was acceptable. David had no choice but to smash into Joe as well.
Just as David thought he got rid of Joe, Joe came back with a fuming look...
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...portantly his wife were terrified that he might crash. Davids heart was pounding, as he got near the smoke. He closed his eyes and prayed.
Joe was delighted that he wasn’t in the same position as David. He also wanted David to crash. But he wasn’t happy for long because David made it through the smoke with a long sigh of relief from him and his fans. David couldn’t let any of this to happen again so he accelerated towards Joe and charged into his car. They were both neck and neck, with only 1 lap to go it was really tense. They were both crashing into each other as all fans were slowly rising from their seat. David couldn’t afford to lose again so he took all his anger into Joe and knocked him out of the race. Tumbling over the track and crashing into walls, fans, family ran towards David cheering as David won an historic race. The dramatic day was over.
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