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LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM: Premiership leaders Leeds United show their logo at the launch of their new 750bhp single-seat racing car, one of 26 identical cars each representing one of the world's leading football clubs, competing for honours on the world's fastest race circuits. Portugal's leading club Benfica became the first European club to sign up for the Premier 1 Grand Prix motor racing series which is scheduled to start in July 2002. AFP PHOTO Gerry PENNY/gp (Photo credit should read GERRY PENNY/AFP/Getty Images)

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM:  Premiership leaders Leeds United show their logo at the launch of their new 750bhp single-seat racing car, one of 26 identical cars each representing one of the world's leading football clubs, competing for honours on the world's fastest race circuits. Portugal's leading club Benfica became the first European club to sign up for the Premier 1 Grand Prix motor racing series which is scheduled to start in July 2002. AFP PHOTO Gerry PENNY/gp (Photo credit should read GERRY PENNY/AFP/Getty Images)