What a drag: Park Rapids 16-year-old takes after her drag racing father - Bring Me The News

What a drag: Park Rapids 16-year-old takes after her drag racing father

Cassidy Haggard has gotten her dad's Camaro up to 106 mph at the race track in Brainerd. "I like to go fast," she says. "I like to beat the boys, too."
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Cassidy Haggard has gotten her dad's Camaro up to 106 mph at the race track in Brainerd. "I like to go fast," she says. "I like to beat the boys, too."

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