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How to Race a Lawnmower

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How to Race a Lawnmower

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Kirk Frew, a mower-racing enthusiast, gives his mower a test drive. Catie Talarski hide caption

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Think that riding lawnmower in your garage is just for mowing lawns? Think again. The Connecticut Lawnmower Racing Association's workshop, aptly titled How to Race a Lawnmower, is open to anyone interested in pushing the envelope a bit when it comes to mowing the lawn.

Catie Talarski reports from member station WNPR in Durham, Conn.

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