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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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As a result of winning the PEAK Stock Car Dream Challenge, PEAK is providing PaHud with the opportunity to qualify and race in a Bill McAnally Racing NASCAR K&N Pro Series car on October 11[sup.
8220;So we're encouraging Russell in his maiden season in World Championship stock car racing world - as well as in his work for ME Construction,” Paul said.
The grand prize includes a stock car prize pack of USD500, and 48,000 Wyndham Rewards points.
I think Danica proved to everyone that she can compete in stock cars at a high level," Earnhardt said.
I thought it would be a great challenge for myself, come and do stock cars.
The afternoon also features a full support programme of stock car races including saloonstox, hot saloons, hot rods, bangers and ministox.
Not bad for someone who has only been Stock Car racing for the past three and a half years.
Like all NASCAR drivers, Newman races to the checkered flag in a stock car, a vehicle similar to a passenger car.
It was feared that damage caused to the playing surface by wayward stock cars had put the crunch league game in doubt - but those concerns were laid to rest last night.
One of the victims suffered serious leg injuries and two others had minor injuries following the incident at Wharton Stock Car Club, near Carnforth, Lancashire.
While the pretty boys in Formula One spit bitchy insults at each other over the slightest on- track contacts, the stock car boys think nothing of bumping rivals into walls if they dare get in the way.
All the same, the effect of the close competition in the top ranks of the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) can be seen in flourishing brand rivalries, packed grandstands, and a devoted following that grows geographically as well as demographically.