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MVS last won the day on May 24 2018

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  1. Amaravathi oka datlone dabbulai dochi pedutunaru ane valaki ivani emi kanapadava ..... Vizag lo IT & pharma ....medical manufacturing uttarandhra...automobile nellore & ananthpur..electronic manufacturing nellore & chitoor....education,IT & hospitality Amaravathi ....renewable energy & steel plant kurnool & kadapa .....small scale industries & ITES vijayawada & guntur ....
  2. Razzaya zamindar aithe u big zamindar vi ga uncle
  3. etu chusina bokka laga undi ga meeku manchi rate ravali ani pray cheyandi
  4. F1h20 site lo live istunadu bro ...mana vijayawada arelia view baga chupinchadu vadu race starting lo
  5. Amaravathi arhata sadinchinda nenu andreson gadu dobbetademo anukuna second qualifying round lo 7th place ki drop avangane
  6. MAD CROC’S MIHALDINECZ WINS RACE 1 IN F4-S Saturday, 17 November, AMARAVATI (India): Veteran driver Rudi Mihaldinecz used all his experience to take victory in the first of this weekend’s two races in the F4-S Championship in Amaravati. In a highly entertaining race Mad Croc BABA Racing’s Hungarian driver led the race from pole position, but a mistake on lap 4 allowed series debutant Jeff Jelf to take the lead for Team Amaravati which he held onto until lap 12 when yellow flag was raised to allow race marshals to remove the stationary Blaze Performance driver Max Stilz. At the restart on lap 16 Mihaldinecz immediately jumped Jelf to retake the lead, going on to win the 20-lap race by 5.22s with Jelf in pursuit but coming up short. The middle order produced a great scrap before and after the yellow, Stilz running in third from F1 Atlantic’s Sam Whittle until both were passed on lap 9 by Victory’s Ahmed Al Fahim. The yellow flag bunched up the pack with Whittle making up a place after Al Fahim hooked and dropped to sixth, with Emirates Racing’s Tom Chaippe also taking advantage as well as getting the better of Abu Dhabi’s Mohamed Al Mehairbi to move up and take fourth.