motordrome


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mo•tor•drome

(ˈmoʊ tərˌdroʊm)

n.
a rounded course or track for automobile and motorcycle races.
[1905–10]
References in classic literature ?
Dudley Pickering was not a self-starter in the motordrome of love.
In addition, a construction of a motordrome for practical classes of driving school students is considered, Dogoyev said.
Though there is no direct evidence of historical nesting, one was observed at "the Motordrome" (= Ballona Wetlands, near present-day BFM) on the late date of 11 May 1935 (field notes of L.B.
``For us drivers, the Motordrome's stadiumatmosphere was quite enjoyable, though the long straight track through the forest was rather boring.
The bad news is, no, they won't be smoking, screaming, and leaving skid marks on those nice white walls at 140 mph in the first annual motordrome Gran Prix de Thomas Krens (although the Guggenheim's director, a motorcycle enthusiast and curator of the show, probably did entertain the thought for a tenth of a second or so).