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The car of Tapout's Mask was split in half

In case you missed it or aren't a big MMA fan, Charles "Mask" Lewis, one of the founders and owners of Tapout, a company that sells clothing and gear for the mixed martial arts community, was killed in a nasty car crash a couple of nights ago.

Police said the two cars appeared to have been traveling side by side at a high rate of speed at 12:57 a.m. on Jamboree Road near the Upper Newport Bay when they collided. Officers said they are investigating whether the drivers were racing.

A Ferrari and a Porsche at near one o'clock in the morning on an open stretch of highway and one of the cars ended up like this...

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Something tells me the two of them weren't just exchanging pleasantries... Especially when the "Porsche driver, identified as Jeffrey David Kirby, 51, of Costa Mesa, was arrested after allegedly abandoning his car on a side street near the collision and taking off on foot with his female passenger."

Kirby is being held on suspicion of felony drunk driving and driving under the influence with bail set at $2 million.

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