automobile race

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Synonyms for automobile race

a race between (usually high-performance) automobiles

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Mini-conference was hosted in Batken about the results of the automobile race and quality of roads in Kyrgyzstan.
The Chicago Times-Herald sponsored an automobile race, set for July 4, 1895, with a cash prize of $2,000 (about $57,000 today).
The first automobile race called a Grand Prix took place in 1894 on a 130 kilometer course between Paris and Rouen.
The first automobile race in Alberta was held in Calgary on the 4th of July, 1910, followed two days later by a similar event in Edmonton.
In the fall of 1910 the king of American speed, automobile racer Barney Oldfield, raced boxing's heavyweight champion, Jack Johnson in a automobile race at New York's Sheapshead Bay Track.
This year the competition was held three times on automobile race tracks in France, Belgium, and Great Britain, and the winning Optima Racing team set a record by travelling 1122.
Meline's father loses all interest in the intruders and is more vitally interested in the results of an election or the winner of an automobile race.
The first gasoline-powered automobile race in the U.
You wouldn't catch a cellist dead at an automobile race.
Groff firmly believes Indy is still the most exciting automobile race in the world.
There's the gray-haired ladies who faithfully don their Sunday best every year, turning an automobile race into a social event.
The Indianapolis 500 is an American automobile race, held annually over the Memorial Day weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana.
As a world-class competition, Great Race is the modern-day version of the "Greatest Auto Race," an around-the-world automobile race from New York to Paris in 1908.
This will include the international and domestic feeds of the "world's most famous automobile race," The Indianapolis 500, in May.
010, the same car driven to a second place finish by Jeff Ward in the 83rd running of the Indianapolis 500, the most famous automobile race in the world.