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a car kept in dealers' stock for regular sales

a racing car with the basic chassis of a commercially available car

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8220;BriSCA F2 Stock Car racing is the biggest single-seat motorsport in Europe,” said Russell.
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.
Chris Love of Church Village, near Pontypridd, and Lyndon Moulton from Monmouth are among the entry for the big Formula Two stock car meeting at the Mendips Raceway, near Cheddar, on Sunday.
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.
See oval racing for yourself today at many venues - we recommend Stock Cars at Swaffham and Group A Hot-Rods at Arena-Essex.
Integrated 1/3- and 1/2-mile, banked paved oval tracks for stock cars and sprint cars
The Vintage Stock Car group is a diverse collection of race cars encompassing cars from the 50's through the mid 2000's with everything from short track stock cars to some retired NASCAR Cup cars.
NUNEATON hairdresser Rob Cowley stole the BriSCA F11 Stock Cars UK Open Championship from under the noses of the current World and British Champion Paul Harrison, European Champion Mick Sworder and title holder Lee Fairhurst.
The Honley High School pupil races mini versions of the full-size stock cars.
A track once reserved for open-wheel speed machines welcomed stock cars, a travesty in the eyes of racing purists and several residents of Indiana who considered the Speedway sacred ground.