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Phil Henry for Road and Track Magazine


Phil Henry, 72, considers himself to be the last of the Bozai Runners. The group of street runners were from Henry's youth, and they only considered it to be racing if they were going over 150 mph. My Toyota could barely keep up with him as we drove through the desert to look for good spots to take his photos. He drove a Dodge Challenger that was modified to make it easier to outrun the police.


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