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race track

[′rās ‚trak]
(nucleonics)
An assembly of several Calutron isotope separators in the shape of a race track, having a common magnetic field. Also known as track.
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Large swathes of the countryside have already been destroyed by bulldozers which cleared the area for the race track, she said.
Abu Dhabi's own Grand Prix, held for the first time in November 2009, was first announced in February 2007 and its race track was estimated to have cost 900 million euro.
It's real hard to get the cars working good, getting the tires to stick to the race track well, getting a good balance with your race car.
The Nurburgring Race Track is in the process of completing an exciting expansion of their facilities, and they wanted to offer their guests the opportunity to enjoy the same kind of high speed and adrenalin rush that the race track drivers themselves experience," says Kevin Rohwer, vice president of sales for S&S Worldwide, Inc.
The men make their way out of the race track brushing off the sand from their legs and arms and head for the finish line waiting for their camels to finish the race.
Tropical Park is no more, the nearby Hialeah Race Track is no more, and race tracks all over the country are really hurting for people, let alone the $2 bettor.
The two fastest will qualify to represent the UK in Monza on September 13 in a bid to become the 2003 Race Track World Champion.
He says it is also important to note that the race track and horse racing people receive 10 per cent each from the gross revenue that the facility generates.
The ownership said it hopes to find a buyer for the race track within the next six to 12 months.
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