racer, race driver, automobile driver(noun)
someone who drives racing cars at high speeds
racer, race car, racing car(noun)
a fast car that competes in races
an animal that races
slender fast-moving North American snakes
Someone who takes part in a race.
An animal known for its fast speed, or suitable for racing; applied especially to a number of North American snakes, certain kinds of lake trout, etc.
A vehicle or other device used for racing.
Origin: From race + -er.
one who, or that which, races, or contends in a race; esp., a race horse
the common American black snake
one of the circular iron or steel rails on which the chassis of a heavy gun is turned
Racer, fully named Racer Free Car Simulation, is a free gaming simulator that runs on Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Although Racer started out as a driving simulator, it also has features that are usually seen in racing games, such as racing against AI cars, or against human opponents in multiplayer mode. Its weak points, when compared with commercial racing games, is the absence of wear/damage physics or a career mode. An important characteristic of Racer is its openness. The software itself is maintained exclusively by creator Ruud van Gaal, but the formats for cars, tracks and other data are documented. Furthermore, tools to aid in car and track creation are part of the release. As a result, a large number of cars has been created and published, in a large variety: Formula One, GT, vintage, trucks, daily drivers, luxury sedans...even a shopping trolley has been modelled. Likewise, tracks are available in various types, from true racing circuits to drag strips, mountain roads, and even a car park. Racer was first released on 29 August 2000, and has been continuously updated up to the present day. Over the years, a community has grown around Racer. The main forum for Racer is at RaceDepartment Forums.
The numerical value of racer in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of racer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of racer in a Sentence
As a racer I like to get behind women.
He's just a racer. I guess that's what I liked about him, he's down to earth, loves his sport.
For the first eight to 10 miles (13-19 km) you have to run at an intensity that feels almost too easy, but for the average person, that takes a lot of discipline, as a racer I like to get behind women.
(I need to get better in the) TT (time trials) of course because I want to be a racer for the GC (general classification) and now if you want to be good in GC you need to be good in TT, i use my time trial bike every day for one, two or three hours, it's important.
I am a racer and the Indy 500 is the greatest race in the world. I love the incredible fans who make it so special for all of us drivers and make me want to come back, i have maximum respect for this race and everyone who competes in it and all I want to do is race against them and give my best, as always.
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