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one of several international races

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The legendary racing car - confirmed as chassis number '19' - was driven to placing finishes in the 1939 Grand Prix racing season.
Uniquely at that time, its V16-cylinder engine was rear-mounted, behind the driver's cockpit (it was a number of decades before this configuration became the accepted norm for Grand Prix racing car design).
Schools Minister Jim Knight said British specialists leading the world in areas such as Grand Prix racing and computer games design were needed in the classroom.
Quentin Spurring Combining rare images of the first 100 years of Grand Prix racing with detailed commentary, this is a top coffee-table book for F1 fans.
Every year, the park hosts the Champ Car World Series Grand Prix of Monterrey, and it hosted the A1 Grand Prix racing series this year.
Diamandis, who created the $10 million Ansari X Prize awarded last year for the first private manned spaceflights, announced the creation of the Rocket Racing League - a sort of Grand Prix racing in the sky.
NIGEL MANSELL could make a surprise return to Grand Prix racing next year.
Typically in Raccoon Circle Grand Prix racing, there are three qualifying rounds or races.
outlet for Speed Addicts - Grand Prix Racing, the complete and definitive illustrated book of Formula One racing.
The 26-year-old has signed a two-year deal to ride for Tech3 Yamaha from next season but is desperate to build on his current 43-point lead and secure his second Superbike championship before moving to Grand Prix racing.
Mr Hosen, whose uncle Roger was an England rugby international and a master at Warwick School, spent the mid-nineties with the Tyrrell, Stewart and Jordan Grand Prix racing teams.
The show, at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre from January 12 to 15, will feature a collection of 29 cars representing the last 100 years of Grand Prix racing.
FORMER Formula One champion Nigel Mansell is set to make a return to Grand Prix racing.
Hill, who retired from grand prix racing in 1999, said: 'The reason for me doing this test is simple - I wish to help Steven Kane realise his dream of becoming world champion
Instead they are pressing on with plans for a rival series and revealed their new identity, Grand Prix Racing.
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