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The 2014 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race in Long Beach

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What happens when you have a free fun day, an iPad, and a big time racing event visiting your town... in my case, Long Beach? Well, the event is the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race in Long Beach. And what happens is, I took my iPad and put together this video/blog for you to share.

The race is held annually in Long Beach, part of the bigger Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach weekend. The Pro/Celebrity race is made up of 3 professional race drivers and 16 celebrity drivers from film, television, music and sports. The one, two, three winners this year 2014:

1st place Brett Davern, star of MTV's "Awkward"
2nd place Max Thieriot, from the A&E "Bates Motel" series
3rd place Adrien Brody, the Oscar-winning actor from "The Pianist" and currently starring in " The Grand Budapest Hotel"

Other faces you'll see in this short video include:
Phil Keoghan, host of CBS's "Amazing Race"
Tricia Helfer, "Battlestar Galactica"
Cole Hauser, from the movie "A Good Day To Die Harder"
Corbin Bleu, from the "High School Musical" series of movies
Vanessa Marcil, from "General Hospital"
Eric Braeden, from "The Young And The Restless"
Olympic Track star Carmelita Jeter
Professional IndyCar driver Kyle Petty

It was a wild race, with several stars spinning out and hitting the wall. So, take a moment and hear the celebs tell you how it all went down.

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