Recent Examples of drag race from the Web
The graphics on Clint Bowyer’s helmet pay tribute to drag racing legend Don Prudhomme, a childhood hero.
Matthew Stafford Ferrari drag race: Stafford has a Ferrari.
The 520-hp Cayenne Turbo and 570-hp Turbo S are two over-the-top crossovers that will embarrass most sports cars in a drag race, hang with sports sedans on a twisty road, and pamper their passengers in the process.
Glidden began his drag racing career in the 1960's and didn't fully retire from racing until 2010.
Concept_One EV hypercar was already embarrassing cars like the LaFerrari in drag races, and its forthcoming Concept Two promises even more extreme power and torque.
Not every flourish and side alley succeeds; certain visual motifs, such as the drag racing footage, feel forced.
But McDean’s drag racing adventures did become a book.
In this photo provided by NHRA, Morgan Lucas takes part in Top Fuel qualifying at the Carlyle Tools NHRA Carolina Nationals drag races at zMAX Dragway in Concord in September 2013.
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First Known Use of drag race
DRAG RACE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of drag race for English Language Learners
: a contest in which people race cars at very high speeds over a short distance
DRAG RACE Defined for Kids
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