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  • Yellow And Green Flag
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    NASCAR Racing is not just a sport but a true science. There are many different things to consider about NASCAR racing. There is an average of 250 to 400 laps in a race. There is usually 400 to 500 miles in a race. There are many types of tracks. Some tracks you ride on a 30^0 turn and flat straightaway. There are small oval shape tracks or large oval shape track. There are also street tracks that range up to 200 laps. There are 43 racers on the track at the start of the race (see appendix A). Th...
  • Different Kinds Of Races With Different Distances
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    RUNNING Running is a very common sport among millions of people. It's a effective form of exercise and many people enjoy it. Two different forms of running are track and cross country; two very popular and fun sports among young people. There are also marathons, which are very long distance races. One of the good things about running is that you don't really need a God-given talent to be good at it. All it really requires is flexibility, and comfortable shoes. Running is an aerobic exercise that...
  • 1999 The Sport Of Kings Horse Racing
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    Matthew W. Kedron Eng 291-23 Prof. McElfresh December 8, 1999 The Sport of Kings Horse Racing is a contest of speed between two or more horses, usually Thoroughbreds, which are driven or ridden over a special race course. It is technically termed flat racing. One of the oldest known sports, and still popular in most countries, horse racing is also one of the most highly organized and commercialized sports. Flat races are contests of speed between two or more saddle horses, generally Thoroughbred...
  • Keeneland Into A Great Legacy Of Horse
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    The Early Years of Keeneland History Kentucky's open grasslands had attracted the type of settler who loved horses because of its great beauty. Also, Kentucky imposed richness of soil minerals, abundance of water, and suitable climate, terrain, and vegetation that attracted these people. People that lived in Kentucky possessed a great love and pride for sporting horses. Their love and passion of horses would shape the Thoroughbred world of today. The horse industry in Kentucky expanded rapidly w...
  • Tracks With A Restrict
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    NASCAR speech NASCAR... ever heard the word before? I know I have! To you it just might seem like some new kind of car or something. But to me, it means a lot. It basic ly means every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday... caus' that's when all the fun begins! Friday is when the pre action takes place. This is when 700 horses, 4 gears, 22 gallons of high octane gas, 3400 lbs of metal, and a race team try out the track. There is 34 races a year, consisting mostly on sundays every week. There are 18 trac...
  • Saratoga Race Track
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    Saratoga Race course On July 27, 1783, George Washington and his men stood over a bubbling hole, that hole was releasing water that to them was salty and smelled as if it had a high sulfur content. This water would be known as Saratoga mineral water. Saratoga residents baked spring water bread for Washington and his men, with out adding any salt or yeast and yet within a matter of minutes the bread rose. George Washington was considered to be Saratoga's first visitor or tourist on that day. Almo...
  • Light Races And Point
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    Street Racing To race or not to race, what will keep you safe? Racing can be safe but not always if you race illegally. There are a lot of safety items that some racers don't even use, I mean they keep you safer but they don't spot the buck for the equipment. They spend so much money on their cars to make them faster, yet most of them don't spend money towards safety. I know what you " re thinking, THIS IS LUDACRIS but it is the truth and you will learn more by reading below. Safety is a very im...
  • Race At Albert Park
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    Was The Grand Prix Beneficial For Melbourne Issues Part -B-Was the Grand Prix, promoted as 'The Great Race' which was held at Albert Park beneficial for Melbourne, or was it just a huge waste of taxpayers money? The race was televised to 650 million people in 130 different countries is expected to pump $50 million into the Victorian economy every year and boost tourism enormously. I along with the owners of seventy-two percent of hotels, motels, restaurants and other entertainment complexes agre...
  • Racing Cars
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    Automobile Racing International competitiveness, testing the capabilities of specially designed automobiles and the skill of their drivers, over tracks and courses of differing lengths and construction, this is automobile racing. The first car race considered is the one held in France in July 1894, in which the winner averaged 24 kilometers per hour, when 100 automobiles set out from Paris to Rouen. Thefirst race in North America was held in Chicago, Illinois, in the year 1895. The excitement ge...
  • Summer With Andy Petree Racing
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    Eau Claire, WI (April 23, 2003) It's been a busy last two weeks for driver Paul Menard of Andy Petree Racing. Only a few days removed from completing an intense economics exam and a tough English paper, Menard is ready to make his ARCA Series racing debut at Salem Speedway in Salem, Indiana this weekend. It's a light at the end of the tunnel for Menard who has been working hard recently as his classes at the University of Wisconsin start to wind down for the summer". I've got less than a month l...
  • Night Before The Race
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    Shortly after I got my driver's license, a few of my friends were all talking about going to the local drag racing track. They all looked at me to say I would be going since I had a Mustang I had been working on for quite some time. I knew this wouldn't be an easy task since my mother would be very much against it. After countless hours of begging my mother, my father and I finally convinced her to let me give it a try. The next four days I spent washing, polishing, cleaning and waxing my car, m...
  • Race Car Drivers
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    Why Auto Racing is a Sport There are many arguments for and against auto racing being a sport. This shouldn't be an argument in my eyes. To understand this argument one needs to know what type of auto racing people are saying that is a sport. Automobile racing has been around as long as there have been automobiles. Every sixteen year old kid weather they will admit it or not has raced someone or even the clock in their car. There aren't very many teenage males that can honestly say they have nev...
  • Keeneland This Horse Track
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    Keeneland This horse track got its name from a former jockey named A dell Keeneland, and since he won numerous races in the 1930's, the state of Kentucky realized Keeneland would be the best name for this track. The track is over seventy years old and holds many special features. Everything that is part of this horse track is very expensive, and people always find time to clean and maintain the area. The entire complex is 325 acres in the most fertile area of Lexington. The immense horse track i...

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