Definitions for racetrackˈreɪsˌtræk
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racetrack, racecourse, raceway, track(noun)
a course over which races are run
A course over which any type of races are run.
Origin: From race + track
Racetrack is a paper and pencil game of unknown origins, played by two or more players. It is also known under names such as Vector formula, Vector rally, Vector race, Graph racers, PolyRace, Paper and pencil racing, or the Graph paper race game. Racetrack is played on a squared sheet of paper. The game simulates a car race. The rules for moving represent a car with a certain inertia and physical limits on traction. Hence, the cars will move on pleasing "racing lines" around the track, very reminiscent of how real racing cars move. As one must e.g. slow down before a dangerous bend in the track, the game requires some foresight and planning for successful play. The game is popular as an educational tool teaching vectors.
The numerical value of racetrack in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of racetrack in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Just to be an innocent bystander like that and get hit in the head with a nose cone is a scary thought, he has a family, just like I do. He's a great friend, a teammate. Can't say enough about the guy on and off the racetrack.
As far as the track goes, this place, it has something that money can't buy, and that's history, you can go out and build a brand-new racetrack somewhere. You can make it a billion-dollar facility but at the end of the day there's no substitute for history.
It wasn't quite ready to go to the racetrack yet, the guys had to continue to do some more work on it at the shop, so they stayed back with the car and then just sent it down a day later with the truck and smaller trailer and parked it in the hotel parking lot.
It's a fast track with a lot of character, the corners aren't perfect. There's bumps and seams, there's spots with no grip and spots with a ton of grip. It's got character. You throw the car down in the corner here and you toss that thing in sideways at 195 mph and you have to manage your tires. It's just a real fun racetrack. ... I could race here every week and be happy. I love it.
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