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- n. Plural form of dragstrip.
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Third, I think there are valuable lessons to be learned from the fact that we do not ban the ownership of “dangerous” vehicles, and that we make distinctions between the use of vehicles on public roads and in other spaces racetracks, dragstrips, rally courses, etc.
Harley-Davidson Sportster models like the Forty-Eight have retained an aura of rebellion since their introduction in 1957, when the foundation of custom culture was being formed by hot rod gear heads hanging out on city street corners, in gritty garages or at dusty dragstrips.
Kind of a bragging rights thing, I guess. podmd - I am a dragracer so every week (within season and weather permitting) I am at the local dragstrips so yes I get plenty of use out my cars like this.
I've added thirty-seven more road courses, ovals, and dragstrips since then.
One of the replicas contained a powerful engine, and was seen at dragstrips and raceways across America.
Smith, whose company, Speedway Motorsports, owns numerous tracks and dragstrips, ordered workers to start grading the land 20 miles north of Charlotte last fall, before seeking permits from the suburban city of Concord.
NHRA was intent to race in NASCAR's home base, and no obstacle was going to prevent Smith from building what he calls "the Bellagio of dragstrips" in a reference to the tony Las Vegas hotel-casino.