- n. Plural form of straightaway.
“The only advantage was straight-line speed, so I knew if I could get off the turns well, I'd be very difficult to pass-because the straightaways are the best place to pass.”
“The only advantage was straight-line speed, so I knew if I could get off the turns well, I'd be very difficult to pass - because the straightaways are the best place to pass.”
“Normally for a driver, the straightaways are a place to relax," said Fellows.”
“Less grip means the drivers cannot carry as much speed in the turns which will also affect the top end speeds on the straightaways.”
“McNicholas attacked the group on one of the short, flat straightaways and Myerson was unable to follow due to slow leaks in his tires, narrowing the front group to two.”
“The ski area course included two challenging climbs, several off-camber descents, two run-ups and two long paved straightaways linking the sides of the course.”
“Evans's legs are horse-like, and his hindquarters are perfect for galloping down the long, lonely straightaways.”
“Fresh pavement greeted riders on the downhill, which ran over a series of long straightaways and tight hairpin corners.”
“The Framingham 200 is a challenging race that involves high-speed straightaways down Route 9, a crowded east-west highway, then a detour to Route 30 and a homestretch through Shopper's World, one of America's oldest shopping centers.”
“The road bends just five times in the 21 miles north of the Arizona border, and drivers have noticed that the straightaways lend plenty of room for acceleration.”
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