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stock car

1. 
a. a car, usually a production saloon, strengthened and modified for a form of racing in which the cars often collide
b. (as modifier): stock-car racing
2. US and Canadian a railway wagon designed for carrying livestock
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The continuing popularity of stock car racing makes the sport one of the most under-rated in theUKand Europe.
The P&G brandSAVER500 sweepstakes marks the first multi-brand, season-long stock car racing initiative for P&G and will incorporate six brands including Bounty[R], Gillette[R], Old Spice[R], Prilosec [R], Pringles[R] and ThermaCare[R].
Production began May 30 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on two live- action stock car racing films that will literally put audiences in the driver's seat.
This is the most popular tire set-up Goodyear will bring to the track in 2004,'' said Mark Keto, Goodyear's lead engineer for stock car racing.
It is the first animated series to take fans behind-the-scenes and into the heart of a stock car racing family trying to win on the big circuit.
David Keaveney, president and CEO of MotorSports Emporium, commented, "Jason Bowles is a young up-and-coming racing sensation who will use GS610(TM) brake fluid during the 2006 Irwindale Speedway Series, a NASCAR-sanctioned stock car racing series.
If I find one that has intercollegiate stock car racing, maybe I'll go there.
The new reality TV show, "Reality Racing - The Rookie Challenge," combines two of the hottest on-air entertainment concepts - stock car racing and reality television - to create a totally unique, nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat, action-packed 13 week hit TV show scheduled to air in early 2006.
In those 10 years, Gordon has seen his share of changes in stock car racing.
Fred has previously raced motorized karts and has been drag racing, but this is his first attempt at stock car racing.