auto race


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Synonyms for auto race

a race between (usually high-performance) automobiles

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Hiromi Sakai, 27, only took part in her first full Auto Race in July, when she and her 19-year-old colleague Maya Sato became the first women to compete in the sport for more than 40 years.
Auto Race, or Oto Resu, is a Japanese version of speedway raced on tarmac rather than dirt, using powerful, stripped-down machines with no brakes and handlebars specially modified to make cornering easier.
But auto races aren't won with beguiling smiles and glad handshakes.
SET has also been instrumental in bringing milestone events to the viewing public including three auto racing events from the NASCAR Winston Cup Series: The Miller Genuine Draft 500 at Pocono, The Miller High Life 500 at Pocono and the AC Spark Plug 500 at Pocono; the first ever auto race on pay per view.
Events which organizes the marathon, said he wanted to stage a vintage auto race for years, but could not get the backing of a major sponsor.
There's more to winning an auto race, they say, than putting a driver in a car and stepping on the gas.
He is recovering, but no one would be shocked if the crashes continue in today's 80th running of the world's best-known auto race.
For the first time since 1919, rookies will outnumber veterans in the world's biggest auto race.
On Memorial Day weekend, the fledgling Indy Racing League - representing mostly unknown and undistinguished drivers - will compete in the Indianapolis 500, the most famous auto race in the world.