race car

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Noun1.race car - a fast car that competes in racesrace car - a fast car that competes in races  
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine - a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
cockpit - seat where the driver sits while driving a racing car
finisher - a race car that finishes a race
stock car - a racing car with the basic chassis of a commercially available car
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A one-day test in Mazda's top-level IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship SKYACTIV prototype race car will top the list of prizes bestowed on the global champion.
Your dream of owning a race car is a common affliction among a certain type of driver -- the kind who loves the rush that comes with speed and has likely suffered enough tickets and points on his license that he has started looking for alternative places to get his fix.
Making it the second car to be announced as part of the Vision Gran Turismo series of vehicles, the race car that been developed by BMW will be included in the successful racing game.
But we have a race car," said Superintendent Sally Downey.
And while the race car is undoubtedly one of the key lots at the forthcoming sale, it will be joined by other race cars, modern sports cars, motorcycles and automobilia.
Not only do they benefit from the expertise Birmingham has to offer in the field of automotive engineering, but in learning how to design and build a race car, they are acquiring many other skills such as budgeting, team working, decision making and management issues that are so vital to the modern world," he said.
lt; Now one of the largest Open Vintage Race Car shows meets every Thanksgiving weekend in Rosamond in James' honor.
How to Drive an Indy Race Car, by David Rubel, John Muir Publications, 1992.
He is also well known in northwestern Ontario as a (retired) veteran race car driver, having driven Equipment World's race car for several years with many years as track champion.
A year later he builds his own race car using junkyard materials, and in time he's creating cars with secret nuances to make him unbeatable on the track.
Several of the state's two-year schools have programs that offer students training for a wide range of careers in the race car industry, including mechanics, marketing and sales.
To a large extent, the observation duties have been assumed by an impressive array of electronic sensors trained on every critical system of the race car.