Definition of dragster
1 : a vehicle built or modified for use in a drag race
2 : one who participates in a drag race
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NORWALK, Ohio -- Consistency is the name of the game, and NHRA Top Fuel dragster Steve Torrence is proving all of that.
Regardless, the ’17 Si clearly is no dragster off the line, but the engine’s midrange response proved particularly delightful on the track.
Currently, Schumacher and his U.S. Army dragster sit in second place in the Top Fuel standings, trailing Leah Pritchett by 14 points, in the quest for a ninth crown.
Today, visitors to the raceway can see dragsters, monster trucks, off-road races and drag boats compete.
About a week before the event, her team, Bob Vandergriff Racing (BVR), abruptly shut down, depriving her of her dragster with 14 of 18 regular-season races left.
Antron Brown in Top Fuel dragster and Ron Capps, who won the first Funny Car title in his long career, were the choices in their respective classes.
Don Garlits was the first man to break 200 mph in a dragster.
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Definition of dragster for English Language Learners
: a car that is made for drag racing
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