outdrag

verb out·drag \ ˌau̇t-ˈdrag \

Definition of outdrag

outdragged; outdragging
: to drive or move faster than in a drag race or over a straight stretch of road or track
  • … you can outdrag them as you finally exit the corner at 167 mph again and build up to 300 on the run down to turn nine.
  • —Lewis Hamilton
  • It's one thing to outdrag a BMW 540 to the lights …, another thing to follow it through the [turns].
  • —Brian Harper

First Known Use of outdrag

1953

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