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  • Street Races
    1,486 words
    One of the fastest growing sports in the world is racing. Racing in general can consist of many different types such as: Drag Racing, NASCAR, Indy, Motor Cross, Truck Rally. The topic of racing that I am chose was street racing. Street racing originated from drag racing on the quarter-mile strip. The concept of drag racing is when two racers in different cars would line up at a white line, and in the middle of the two cars would be a light post, called the Christmas tree for its red, yellow and ...
  • People At The Street Races
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    Street racing is an illegal sport that is growing popular at an alarming rate. Street racing is the concept of high performance automobiles racing on public roadways illegally. Individuals will take a basic car and tune it up to be very quick and very powerful. The idea of street racing originates from the legal sport of drag racing. Drag racing is an internationally recognized sport governed by the NHRA, the National Hot Rod Association. Drag racing consist of two drivers in separate cars lined...
  • Barney And Sesame Street
    527 words
    Barney vs. Sesame Street Sesame Street and Barney The Dinosaur are two popular educational shows for children. Are they really teaching kids with the right techniques? Are they teaching kids anything at all? It's a battle to see which is better: Barney or Sesame Street. Sesame Street and Barney have totally different teaching techniques. Sesame Street captivates the audience with high jolt age and fast scenes. The child barely understands what is going on and when they understand that scene, it'...
  • Street Racing In The 1980's O Street
    460 words
    in the 1940's o Bored teenagers began fabricating their own cars from the vintage frames of 1920's and 1930's Fords and Chevys. o They began racing these cars along the dry lakes of Southern California, testing themselves against each other in timing trials. o The first proven formula cars were vintage American gangster mobiles; Fords and Chevys, especially the '32 Fords with the first V-8 engine. o Street racing began to take over whole city blocks, but the cops let it go; it wasn't legal but i...
  • One Positive Effect From Street
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    Over the last few years the number of illegal street races has skyrocketed. There are many reasons why but I say it was the release of a certain movie; The Fast and The Furious. Taking regular import cars and turning them into blazing fast street racers was the main topic in this movie. Many people believe that it is dangerous and should be illegal, as do the police. But why, it is a form of entertainment for some and a source of adrenaline for others. Should racing should not be illegal because...

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