drag race

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drag race

a type of motor race in which specially built or modified cars or motorcycles are timed over a measured course
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The event, which will take place this weekend at the South Georgia Motorsports Park in Valdosta, will pit Sykes against the best two-wheel drag racers from around the globe.
The 35-year-old female drag racer, who is also the daughter of Paul Mitchell hair care co-founder John Paul DeJoria, took to (https://twitter.
The solar-powered drag racer project is interesting because it utilizes the full range of technologies taught in the Design Tech program.
The popular young man died in a crash at the weekend TRAGEDY: Kasey Dixon-Grainger, right PRIDE AND JOY: Kasey's car, right, and the drag racer hard at work, above GROWING UP: Kasey pictured during his younger days, above, left and below
Scott Kalitta was on the mind of the drag racers Sunday at Old Bridge Township.
The LEGO TECHNIC range also includes the drag racer (below) and introduces a complex building platform incorporating beams and gears alongside the new power functions system elements including the remote control.
The crash occurred in September last year while Hammond was driving a Vampire, a jet-powered modified drag racer capable of reaching speeds of nearly 300mph.
Behind the record breaker is Nick Stephenson, deputy chairman of Phoenix Venture Holdings and an accomplished drag racer in the UK, and MG Rover design director Peter Stevens, of McLaren F1 fame.
When top female drag racer, Paula Atkin, floored the pedal on her 9,000cc V8 Pro Comp car I was sat next to her trying to hold on to my breakfast.
A TEESSIDE drag racer died after his car rolled over and burst into flames as he crossed the finishing line at an event yesterday.
The BBC's 88-page report said Primetime Landspeed Engineering, the company who supplied the jet-powered Vampire drag racer, had sole responsibility for the car's safety.
The report said Primetime Landspeed Engineering, the company which supplied the jet-powered Vampire drag racer, had sole responsibility for the car's safety.