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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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We were very impressed with the raw talent that all 18 finalists had this year at the PEAK Stock Car Dream Challenge, but Christian's on-track ability and poise as a young driver brought him to the top," said Bryan Emrich, Chief Marketing Office for PEAK.
8220;BriSCA F2 Stock Car racing is the biggest single-seat motorsport in Europe,” said Russell.
Cowley is to take to the skies soon for a parachute jump in aid of the British Stock Cars Drivers Association benevolent Trust Fund.
JR Motorsports team general manager Kelley Earnhardt said she was impressed by Patrick s performance in the ARCA event, part of a regional stock car series that uses NASCAR-type cars.
Millers Oils has signed a new partnership with stock car racing organisations BriSCA F2 and the Oval Racing Council.
You take a stock car guy to the (Indianapolis) 500, say, which one is harder to win?
Centre stage on Sunday afternoon will be the BriSCA F2 stock cars, who will be battling for World Championship qualifying points as they build up towards their semi-finals at Barford in August.
A car technician and MOT inspector by day, the 27year-old from Yardley has developed into one of the hottest properties on the Stock Car scene.
That's why the stock cars themselves are also designed to absorb energy: The outer part of the car crushes in a crash.
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.
Highlights included a heat and Final double for Stevenage superstar Mick Sworder in the Formula 2 Stock Cars, holding off a determined challenge from Cornish veteran Billy Batten, 60, and world champion Rob Speak (Manchester) - who has made several impressive F1 outings recently.
3/8- and 1/8-mile integrated dirt oval tracks for motorcycle, stock car, sprint and midget racing