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race·car

 (rās′kär′)
n. Sports
An automobile used for racing.
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Exclusively featuring Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY racecars, the new electric series will give racers of the future a chance to showcase their talent, competing on the world stage in zero-emissions motorsport.
Hence, it should not surprise that IIT Bombay students have been making Formula racecars since the last 8 years.
The performance metrics are spectacular: up to l,400Nm of torque accelerate the racecars from 0 to 120kph on a 75m long track - a normal car requires several times this value.
Axalta Coating Systems paint is on six of the 16 motorsports teams' racecars that qualified for the 2014 Chase for the NASCAR[R] Sprint Cup.
Mitsubishi Motor Corporation (TYO: 7211), a Japan-based automaker, is returning to the 2013 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with two all-new prototype racecars, called MiEV Evolution II.
In the seventh and final event, the GE Racecar Competition, finalists raced Pinewood Derby-style racecars down a 32' race track.
This cooperative effort has led to a determination of the mechanism for spinal-stress buildup - the result of a combination of g-forces and the unique seating position used in F1 and IRL racecars.
I have liked driving fast cars ever since I was a young boy and have always been around racecars because of my father.
For instance, engineers might use the toughened ceramic to make gears, bearings, or other parts for everything from racecars to industrial food-processing equipment.
Determined to build racecars with his Italian pen pal, he set off for Bologna at the age of 17.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) will enter two MiEV Evolution III all-electric racecars in the 2014 edition of the world-famous Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (Pikes Peak, June 23 to June 29) in Colorado, United States.