First two words combine to make the third word

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Fill in the sentence below so that the first two words combine to make the third word. For example, given "The ____ was closing in, making his ____ harder but through his ____ of contacts he was able to evade the police", you would fill in NET, WORK, and NETWORK.

Having spent hours trying to capture a rogue ____, he was ____ and had to ____ a racing car driver in order to get there on time.
 

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Njorl
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Having spent hours trying to capture a rogue NET, he was WORK and had to NETWORK a racing car driver in order to get there on time.
 
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Of course, Njorl has got it right, but here´s my other ideas:

Having spent hours trying to capture a rogue _s_, he was _lit_ and had to _slit_ a racing car driver in order to get there on time.

Having spent hours trying to capture a rogue _choco_, he was _late_ and had to _chocolate_ a racing car driver in order to get there on time.

Having spent hours trying to capture a rogue _f_, he was _owl_ and had to _fowl_ a racing car driver in order to get there on time.

Having spent hours trying to capture a rogue _bubble_, he was _wrap_ and had to _bubblewrap_ a racing car driver in order to get there on time.

Oh, how many points for the effort?:wink:
 
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Njorl get the point!
 

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