oval tracks

oval tracks

Racing tracks, usually from about 0.25 mile to more than 2 miles long, with straightways and banked curves.
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"They are all flat oval tracks in Japan, nothing with hills.
The Legends formula originated on the US oval tracks, and the cars have an American look, being 5/8-scale replicas of classic US models.
Sprint cars are high-powered cars that usually run on dirt or paved oval tracks.
Legends racing originated on the US oval tracks, and the cars have an American look, being 5/8-scale replicas of classic US models.
Everything about stock car racing will be new to me, not the least of which will be racing on high speed banked oval tracks," Karthikeyan told MAIL TODAY .
Putting your pedal to the metal on oval tracks and super speedways will probably be something new to British gamers, unless they're midnight owls who happen to catch it on one of those late-night motorsport shows.
Standard pipe corrugation uses a continuous chain of mold blocks mounted on one or two oval tracks to vacuum form a continuously extruded tube or parison.
EDDIE IRVINE has warned sacked Toyota driver Allan McNish that he risks killing himself on the lethal American oval tracks.
I've only accumulated about a day's worth of experience on the oval tracks and it would certainly be a different proposition racing at thesespeeds side-by-side with other cars."
To appeal to a US audience, the action has to be Good Ol'American racing on oval tracks, like Tom Cruise in Days of Thunder.
ASCAR aims to give motor sport fans a new racing spectacle on brand new, purpose-built oval tracks in Britain and Germany.