Recent Examples of racetrack from the Web
Instead of a traditional runway, models walked a long blue racetrack with Formula One-model cars parked in the middle.
Virtual-reality rides are readily accessible, from basic platforms in arcades to more sophisticated models that allow the driver to get into the actual framework of a car with a racetrack projected in front on a computer screen.
Trump is the racetrack rabbit that keeps Democrats running in a perpetual cycle of outrage.
Renowned photographer Michael Dweck’s meditative feature documentary revolves around the devoted community associated with a Long Island racetrack.
The measure would allow racetracks to operate casinos without live racing, reduce taxes on some slot machine operations and exempt fantasy sports games from regulation in Florida.
Formula 1 rocked the racing world last week, and the aftershocks might soon be coming to a racetrack near you.
Some would allow on-site betting only, as at casinos or racetracks; others would allow betting remotely.
In an earlier conversation, Achleitner told us that the 911 R has taught Porsche a lesson: Customers who don’t race their cars don’t necessarily care about the final tenth of a second on the racetrack.
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