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What does RL stand for?

RL stands for Rear Left (automotive)

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ng ng e np ly oro an Eric After a few charging laps more his rear left wheel fell off, almost clouting Vettel's car as it ran across the circuit.
His airborne exit ended his session and brought out the red flags with nine minutes remaining, in which Hamilton, out on soft tyres to secure his passage to the shootout, had to come in with a rear left puncture.
Preliminary investigation by Trooper Christopher Brown indicates that the women were traveling in the left lane when the rear left tire of the 2007 Lincoln Town Car apparently came off, causing the driver to lose control.
The McLaren's rear left wheel touched the Sauber's front right, a contact that sent Hamilton's car careering off the track.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] M1151A1 with Standard Threat (B-Kit) Doors compared to M1151A1 with FRAG Kit 5 Doors [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Standard Threat (B Kit) Doors are thinner and do not line up with the armor [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] FK5 Doors are thicker and line up almost flush to the armor Standard Threat (B-Kit) Doors NSN 2510-01-581- Nomenclature Qty 4185 Door, vehicle, front left 1 4179 Door, vehicle, front right 1 4178 Door, vehicle, rear left 1 4180 Door, vehicle, rear right 1 FRAG 5 Doors NSN 2510-01-545- Nomenclature Qty 5890 Door, vehicle, front left 1 5887 Door, vehicle, front right 1 5891 Door, vehicle, rear left 1 Door, vehicle, rear right 1
CAPTION(S): WARM UP Newcastle United goal keeper Steve Harper, chats to the players before the 36-hour 5-a-side game LINE-UP Rear left to right, Ashley Pickup, Andy Sherwood, Tim Harrison, Richard Holmes, John Irving, Paul Newton, Richard Bradley, and Paul Blacklock, front left from Newcastle United John Carver, and keeper Steve Harper