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    About motor sports in general: Motorsports is one of the biggest sports in the world and it is known worldwide. The events of motorsports are using motorized vehicles whether it was cars or motorcycles. Motorsports doesn’t mean racing, but the most famous type of motorsports is racing. There are also various types of racing like car racing, motorcycle racing and boat racing. The most famous type of racing is car racing so let’s take a deeper look into it. Car racing is the most famous type of racing

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    She is currently racing in the US F200 Championship. Susie Wolff Hailing from Scotland, Susie Wolff is one of the most talented drop-dead-gorgeous racing drivers today. She has honed her racing skills in Formula Renault, Formula 3, and the DTM Series. She is presently a development driver with an F1 team. Cyndie Allemann Cyndie is the daughter of Kurt Alleman, the Swiss karting legend. Her brother Ken Allemann is

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    Milestone Two: Nissan Case Study Nissan, one of the largest Japanese automobile company and how they endured some of the most significant challenges before and after the 9.0-magnitude earthquake in Japan. However, on March 11, 2011, a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and tsunami struck the coast of Japan resulting in a devastating impact on the Japanese economy were more than 80% of the automobile industry stop producing including Nissan original equipment manufacturers (OEM) (Schmidt & Smichi-Levi, 2013)

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    There is an ongoing debate on whether or not NASCAR should be considered a sport. I believe that NASCAR is not a sport for two reasons; it requires very little athleticism, and it is more of a hobby then it is a sport. For these reasons NASCAR should be recognized as a hobby, not as an actual,professional sport. NASCAR requires very little athleticism. The definition of sport is; an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others

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    Essay On Motocross

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    professional athletes participate in are amazing, for one whole day they may hit the same corner over and over just to get their timing down. They will work on rhythm sections even though when they get to the real racetrack has a completely different set of jumps for the riders to navigate through. The dieting that a rider participates in is a whole new set of challenges for the riders to participate in. (10 tips to eat) According to Active.com one of the main keys to staying healthy is to always stay

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    Louis Chevrolet You will be reading about Louis Chevrolet, which not only is famous for racing but also for creating Chevrolet, of which soon left ford in the dust. As Louis Chevrolet once said “Movement is the universal language of personal freedom.” This was more than likely said because he loved moving …. moving very fast. VERY fast, so fast that he once set the world speed record of 119 mph! This was in a 200 horsepower V8. Back then that was a very fast motor. Now he didn 't just start with

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    Monsterjam and nascar are completely different from each other different sports, They are one of the most watched sports in the world two completely different time. monster jam started in 1970 with heavily modified pickup trucks the monster trucks became popular of mud bogging and truck pulling were gaining in popularity, nascar started in 1948 and established in 1959 nascar runs by points and have a championship for the title the 4 the gets to racer in get to race at home state which is the last

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    stock car racing developed in the south were the moon shiners drove their souped up automobiles to get away from the cops, revenuers and deliver their shine. Today stock car racing is the largest spectator sport in America by drawing 10 million fans annually to the track. Stock car racing was born in the Southern Appalachians. True stories abound of “good old boys” transporting loads of illegal moonshine in their souped up 34 fords, trying to outrun the revenuers and police as they drove without

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    On a summer day of 1904, a young man named William Brush helped to develop a modern vehicle suspension system. His car accident brought a great development in suspension systems. Young William was rolling along the unpaved road very fast and went into a curve at 30 mph while he was driving his brother Alanson’s Crestmobile. Because the vehicle’s front-right wheel skittered onto the dirt shoulder and got whacked into a deep rut, the wheels started to vibrate violently. The cause of vibration was the

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    Motocross Research Paper

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    Rebecca Funk December 11, 2015 Buck Period 3 Motocross Through The Ages Dirt bike riding is dirt bike riding, right? Not quite. There are actually many different types of riding. There is Supercross, Trial Riding, Enduro Riding, and Motocross. My family has been around Motocross since before I was born. It’s a great way for all of us to get our frustrations out, bond, and just have a good time. Motocross has been a favorite pastime for people around the world since 1924. The Motocross season

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    There are two yellow lights on each side of the tree for each racer to light up. Racers light up the yellow lights one at a time, a series of yellow lights follow, and then wait for the green light to light up. D. How a race ends 1. The first racer to cross the finish line wins. In each lane, there is board that shows a racer’s E.T. E.T. is estimated time which is

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    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a racing venue located in Indianapolis suburb Speedway, Indiana, is the host venue of the Indianapolis 500. On race days IMS offers fans the opportunity to arrive early and watch the drivers do practice laps. The Friday prior to race week is known as Fast Friday, an event in which drivers continue their practice and do their qualification draw at the IMS’s Coke Stage. The weekend prior to race day is when the drivers qualify for their spots for the Indianapolis 500

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    Jeff Gordon Stereotypes

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    Just 3 Sundays ago on Nov 22, the Nascar(National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing) and Sports world watched and admired the end of one of the most extraordinary careers in its history, that of Superstar Jeff Gordon. What makes Jeff unusual is he broke all the stereotypes of what was once known as a “Southern only sport” to that of global implications and sponsorships and basically made Jeff Gordon an ambassador for “good guys” can succeed in the rough and tumble dangerous world of Nascar stock

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    Facts about Nascar Did you know that the number of NASCAR fans is estimated at 75 million? This sport has wide appeal across the world. NASCAR is a challenging sport, is raced on a variety of tracks, and the longest race takes place in North Carolina on Memorial Day. First, the true definition of a sport is: An athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature. In the sport of NASCAR, the drivers need to have fast instincts, athletic ability, and

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    The Art of Racing in the Rain Pg. 155 “Yes one more lap. One more lap. Forever, one more lap. I live my life for one more lap. God please give me one more lap.” I chose this quote to write a response about because of its significance to the story. To Enzo the dog and narrator of the story this is a way of life.Since he loves racing a passion him and his owner share he can relate almost any aspect of life to racing. This quote escalates from a simple request for another lap on the track to a request

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    “If you ain’t first, you’re last,” is a quote by Ricky Bobby in the movie Talladega Nights (a racing movie). The quote is portraying that in racing winning is everything, and no one wants to lose. To win in racing you need to have a very fast and reliable car that can run consistently. Although a naturally aspirated motor can be fast, most people want a little extra horsepower. Since 1961 racers have been using nitrous oxide to help them make more horsepower and go faster. Nitrous creates your motor

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    When a crew chief pushes the rules too far in NASCAR and gets caught, is that cheating? Is this a good thing for a NASCAR team or does it cast a dark shadow on them? I think that depends on how you define cheating and what you think they are trying to carry out. Teams have to push the limits on the rules set to the very edge and even into the grey area. Race teams have a lot at stake to try and win every weekend and are always looking to gain an advantage. Some crew chiefs feel that if it is not

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    experience organizing events in stadiums he got to be involved in the creation of Supercross. Supercross racing is where motorcycles race on a track in a stadium. The Bikes: Some of the bikes used in Supercross races have a fork with two chambers; one chamber is an air chamber and the

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    3. Jaguar Land Rover SWOT Analysis a. Strength In global market, Jaguar Land Rover has been the most successful brand worldwide. The most common strength of Jaguar Land Rover is that they are the leading brand known for their luxurious design from exterior to interior. Just this year, Jaguar Land Rover has been awarded with four SEMTA Skills Awards at a ceremony held in London for their best engineering products. (Source: newsroom.jaguarlandrover.com) They have won lots of awards which have made

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    what the difference is between European organic baby formula and other conventional formulas, such as those produced in the United States? Read more to find out why Holle, HiPP and Lebenswert are better than U.S. conventional and organic infant formula. What 's the difference? A lot of moms face a tough question for their loved ones. "What is the safest, healthiest formula I can give my baby?" Breast feeding is the first option. Formulas should only be used as supplements or as recommended

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