speed freak


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addict who habitually uses stimulant drugs (especially amphetamines)

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The Speed Freak baitcast reel includes the improved new CSC2 drag--an advanced system that uses a stack of carbon fibre, stainless steel and ceramic washers to deliver a silky smooth and impressive 25lb (11.3kg) of drag power.
(Substitute alcohol for Irn Bru and Tic Tacs) Mention of the Highway Code - one Tic looks like a nice old I can't imagine he some sort of speed freak...
FAST & FURIOUS 6 (12A) IN THIS sixth instalment of the high-octane action franchise, Dominic Toretto, Brian O'Conner and their gang - comprising fast-talking Roman Pearce, technical wizard Tej, drift racer Han and his speed freak girlfriend Gisele - are fugitives from the law after stealing 100 million dollars from a drug lord.
Graeme Eden, described as a "speed freak", was guilty of "horrific" driving, Judge Brian Forster said at Newcastle Crown Court.
Under Armour's brand new Speed Freak ($169.99; www.underarmour.com) is an all-terrain, early-season boot that weighs just 15 ounces and is, available in multicam camouflage, Realtree AP or Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity.
This is partially due to the fact that the "speed freak" as we know him today is a relative newcomer to the drug scene.
FOR those of you who read yesterday's missive concerning Beyer speed figures, and the chances of the speed freak Sinister Minister in particular, it would be a dereliction of journalistic duty not to report the latest development on that front, writes Nicholas Godfrey.
His subjects represent a diverse range of personalities and treatment issues: from Darlene, the schizophrenic speed freak, to Crystal, a fast-talking crack addict.
a speed freak with spidery repetitious gestures danced in front of us all night long.
In the long term, every "speed freak" and every "burn-up", indeed every lawless driver, should be seen as a step towards the end, and every pedestrian and cyclist, a step to saving it.
I need to control my adrenaline as I go in like a bull in a china shop, I'm a speed freak. I'm expecting a lot of aches and pains.
SPEED freak James Folkard continues to set Moto GP tongues wagging after a blistering September in which he secured his first win on American soil and won six races out of six on the British circuit.
HISTORIC: Captain Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948) wiping the water from the windscreen of Bluebird during an attempt to break the world car speed record at Pendine Sands in 1927 SPEED FREAK: Don Wales, grandson of record-breaking driver Sir Malcolm Campbell, on a lawnmower that is part of the Project Runningblade bid to break a land speed record of their own , at Beaulieu Motor Museum in Hampshire, yesterday
On a recent motoring programme, an advanced driving instructor showed a "speed freak" how to increase his mileage by a massive 33 percent from a tank of petrol.
SPEED FREAK - Stealth (pounds 39.95, from www.firebox.com) This battery-powered boat is one of the best-value options out there - on a full charge it gives about 20 minutes of water-borne fun and its top throttle approaches 20mph.