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NASCAR vs Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle

CPT Patterson: I command the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle.
Ryan Newman: I drive the number 39 U.S. Army, Haas Automation Chevy Impala SS weighing in at 3,400 pounds.
CPT Patterson: Well my vehicle weighs more than 21 tons. It's got four speeds and a 350 horsepower engine.
Ryan Newman: Four-speed, 850 horsepower.
CPT Patterson: I can go 300 miles on a tank of gas.
Ryan Newman: 80 miles, 18 gallons, but who's counting anyway.
CPT Patterson: My vehicle seats a driver, four passengers, a truck commander and a gunner.
Ryan Newman: One driver, that's all you need.
CPT Patterson: Blue Force tracker with a built in GPS.
Ryan Newman: Digital two-way radios with my crew chief and spotter, check.
CPT Patterson: It ascends on a 60-degree grade without losing stability.
Ryan Newman: 31-degree bank turns.
CPT Patterson: I can conquer all terrain, sand, mud, snow, ice.
Ryan Newman: Short track, intermediate, super speedway and road courses.
CPT Patterson: I can take her for a swim into 3 feet of water without warning.
Ryan Newman: Floating rear axle suspension.
CPT Patterson: Nice try.
Ryan Newman: A pit stop for four tires and fuel in under 15 seconds.
CPT Patterson: My tires automatically inflate. The weapons station can mount a 50-caliber machine gun or 40-millimeter automatic grenade launcher.
Ryan Newman: (Holds up white flag)
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