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Cyborg Racer: Fire and Ice . This is my second Cyborg Racer. Inspired by the song "Fire and Ice" by Pat Benetar. This racer, unlike my first, also features a background story. And correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this is the first human-driven space ship in the entire Cyborg Racing collection. Please comment! . Meet George Simmons. He's a door-to-door salesman pitching for Icy Hot Pain-relief Patches. Sales haven't been too good recently so George started to give up on life. Then one Sunday morning, George read a page in the newspaper advertising the newest craze, Cyborg Racing. He knew that there was big money to be earned and with his inginuity, he could build a racer that would win. Does anyone actually want to buy these things anyway? So George set to work building his racer entirely out of leftover boxes of Icy Hot patches and his mom's car. Ten months and $26 later, he had completed his ship. Ice cold and full of sting at the front... ...firey and furious at the back. His ship is powered by a solid chunk of fire harnessed in a small-block V8 from his mother's old Buick. George doesn't look back on his days as a salesman, he only looks into the future. He dreams of being a star someday. The song!

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