motor racing

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Translations
automobilové závody
motorvæddeløb
moottoriurheilu
utrke motora
モーターレース
자동차 경주
motorsport
การแข่งรถยนต์
cuộc đua môtô

motor racing

n (Brit) → corse fpl automobilistiche

motor racing

سِبَاقُ الْسِّيَارَاتُ automobilové závody motorvæddeløb Rennsport αγώνας αυτοκινήτων carrera automovilística moottoriurheilu course automobile utrke motora corse automobilistiche モーターレース 자동차 경주 motorracen billøp wyścigi samochodowe corrida de automóveis автогонки motorsport การแข่งรถยนต์ oto yarışı cuộc đua môtô 赛车
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