Speed Sisters
The First All-Woman Race Car Driving Team in the Middle East

Speed Sisters - The First All-Woman Race Car Driving Team in the Middle East
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Al

Already watched it on DVD pretty good

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Simon

These girls are pretty badass! Despite being affected on a daily basis by the ongoing conflict with Israel, life goes on in Palestine. Refreshing documentary!

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