automobile race


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Noun1.automobile race - a race between (usually high-performance) automobilesautomobile race - a race between (usually high-performance) automobiles
race - a contest of speed; "the race is to the swift"
Grand Prix - one of several international races
rally - an automobile race run over public roads
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Ferrari, a subsidiary of Fiat SpA (NYSE: FIA)(ISE: IT0001976403), has launched the special-edition F12tdf, celebrating the historic Tour de France automobile race.
The participants of automobile race took off from the Khorgos (Kazakhstan) on June 1, and arrived in Kyrgyzstan on June 3.
The articles covered everything from "extreme cuisine" to the first Indianapolis 500 automobile race, the world's largest shark to the estate in Devon where Agatha Christie spent her summers.
The first automobile race called a Grand Prix took place in 1894 on a 130 kilometer course between Paris and Rouen.
The first automobile race in Alberta was held in Calgary on the 4th of July, 1910, followed two days later by a similar event in Edmonton.
In the fall of 1910 the king of American speed, automobile racer Barney Oldfield, raced boxing's heavyweight champion, Jack Johnson in a automobile race at New York's Sheapshead Bay Track.
New York City newspapers on this date in 1908 told of the quarter-million people who gathered the day before to see the start of the most ambitious automobile race in history -- around the world from New York to Paris.
You wouldn't catch a cellist dead at an automobile race.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- "The roar from an automobile race continues well after the cars leave the speedway.
Groff firmly believes Indy is still the most exciting automobile race in the world.
The Indianapolis 500 is an American automobile race, held annually over the Memorial Day weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana.
As a world-class competition, Great Race is the modern-day version of the "Greatest Auto Race," an around-the-world automobile race from New York to Paris in 1908.