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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;So we're encouraging Russell in his maiden season in World Championship stock car racing world - as well as in his work for ME Construction,” Paul said.
While there are no studies that focus on the psychology in stock car racing, the use and effectiveness of mental skills of athletes in a variety of other sports has been frequently studied.
The grand prize includes a stock car prize pack of USD500, and 48,000 Wyndham Rewards points.
According to Daniels, NASCAR's new diversity initiative will enable the racing association to tap into a broad universe of talent, skills, and ideas to improve professional stock car racing.
I think Danica proved to everyone that she can compete in stock cars at a high level," Earnhardt said.
As well as the full programme of races, headlined by the world final, there will be races for BriSCA heritage stock cars - which recreateracing from the 1960s and '70s-and even the World Cup for Reliant Robin three-wheelers.
You take a stock car guy to the (Indianapolis) 500, say, which one is harder to win?
Race fans can also experience the thrills of stock car racing with the V8-powered "Live the Dream" two-seater F1 stock cars.
Because of its extreme speed during a race, a stock car can become airborne when it rotates during a crash.
Ballymena secretary Don Stirling said: "There are a few marks on the pitch because of the stock car racing earlier in the week.
THREE people were injured yesterday after a stock car driver lost control and skidded off a racetrack into a group of spectators.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) established NASCAR Mexico, a new base of operations in Mexico that will support and build local stock car racing as well as develop, manage and operate local motorsports events and oversee television distribution, sponsorship and licensing.
He's a stock car racer, you see, one of Scotland's best in the craziest of motor sport disciplines.
A decade later, in 1947, a Daytona Beach auto mechanic, Bill France, founded Nascar, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.