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Also found in: Idioms.


1. One who drives very fast.
2. A fast car.


(Automotive Engineering) a fast car, esp a sports model


(ˈspid stər)

a person who travels habitually at high speed.


n (inf: = car) → Flitzer m; (= person)Raser(in) m(f) (inf)
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Prototype 10 evokes the spirit of early Californian speedsters, and is informed by some of the most iconic car designs of all time.
"We did three speedsters in a row and with DeVoe (Neil Sandilands), he was so different.
As expected from one of the most collectible and covetable Aston Martins ever, all 28 Vanquish Zagato Speedsters have been sold with deliveries scheduled for 2018.
With only 325 cars worldwide, divided between 99 Coupes, 99 Volantes, 28 Speedsters and 99 Shooting Brakes - they are still the rarest of the rare."
All 28 Speedsters have been sold and will be delivered next year, which is when the Shooting Brake will begin production.
Summary: Fines and impoundment of vehicles are not always enough to deter speedsters from causing trouble on roads, the police found as they spotted two vehicles racing in the Nad Al Humr area hours after they were released from seizure for serious traffic violations.
The group "Protection from Speedsters" handed over the more than 100,000 signatures needed to launch a national referendum to the Swiss authorities, seeking to change the constitution to impose jail sentences of one to four years for speeding.
Again they face a big challenge from the likes of Ocean Rubber racing Team, Dubai Falcon Racing Team, Speedsters plus a host of new teams making their debut and start the race as unknown quantities.
Visitors will be shown unique and rare special models: In addition to a Porsche 911 Turbo S 3.6, which in 1997 was the first Porsche series production sports car to break the 300 km/h (186 mph) barrier, the museum is also exhibiting one of only two Porsche 911 Speedsters in the world dating from 1995.
In 1992/1993, 930 Speedsters were built based on the 911 Carrera Type 964 with a further 15 widebodied 'Turbolook' versions.
In 1992/1993, there were 930 Speedsters built based on the 911 Carrera Type 964, with a further 15 wide-bodied "Turbolook" versions specially commissioned by customers.
Uniformed and undercover traffic patrol teams had used the Sniper radars successfully to nab numerous speedsters, officials said.