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  • noun Attributive form of auto racing

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Examples

  • The Hood Theater, circa 1976, was a second-run house, showing Steve McQueen auto-racing fare, Bruce Lee and Chariots of the Gods.

    Born to Be Alive

  • It covers all sporting events, including the nation's four major professional sports leagues, college games, auto-racing, golf, tennis, and some minor league and high school games.

    Plan Your Football-Watching Weekend With TVGuide.com's NFL Preview

  • I don't have any trouble with companies supporting green causes and I don't have any problems with the support of activities like auto-racing.

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  • It covers all sporting events, including the nation's four major professional sports leagues, college games, auto-racing, golf, tennis, and some minor league and high school games.

    Plan Your Football-Watching Weekend With TVGuide.com's NFL Preview

  • It covers all sporting events, including the nation's four major professional sports leagues, college games, auto-racing, golf, tennis, and some minor league and high school games.

    March Madness Rages On: TVGuide.com Has You Covered

  • Formula 1, considered by aficionados to be the world's premier auto-racing circuit because of its speed and challenging courses, is one of the largest and most glamorous draws in international sports.

    Exor, News Corp. Explore a Group to Bid for Formula 1

  • After putting in long hours for years as principal engineer for an auto-racing research company, Jason Ashbrook felt his back and neck get so stiff that he saw chiropractors or massage therapists for relief.

    Does Your Chair Have Your Back?

  • I don't have any trouble with companies supporting green causes and I don't have any problems with the support of activities like auto-racing.

    greenwashing

  • In 2007 Fenway became 50% owner of the Nascar auto-racing team Roush Fenway Racing.

    LeBron James, Fenway in Deal

  • Five former world champions will take their place on the starting grid for Sunday's race, the first time the world's elite auto-racing competition has featured five active titleholders since Jack Brabham, John Surtees, Denny Hulme, Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart were all racing in 1970.

    Tip of the day

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