Race may refer to:
Other articles related to "race, races":
... Newman sat on the pole and won the Busch Series race the day before ... Greg Biffle (13th) and Kurt Busch (23rd), who led the most laps in the race ... his teammate Kyle Busch at the end of the race, but Johnson was able to hold on to win ...
... this he took up minimoto and before the end of 1991 had won numerous regional races ... Rossi continued to race karts and finished fifth at the national kart championships in Parma ... However, the high cost of racing karts led to the decision to race minimoto exclusively ...
... Complete Results The race, held on October 15 at Lowe's Motor Speedway was delayed by the finish of the Southern California-Notre Dame college football game which was being broadcast on NBC by forty-five minutes and ... The race was marred by multiple tire problems, similar to the 2005 United States Grand Prix where tires seemed to "self-destruct" on their own ... At one point, NASCAR even considered calling the race, although they ended up throwing competition caution flags instead ...
... Complete Results The Coca-Cola 600 was a night race held on May 29 at Lowe's Motor Speedway, which was the fourth consecutive night race for Nextel Cup ... This race had 22 caution flags which broke the previous record of 20 held by three races at Bristol Motor Speedway ...
... The XM Satellite Radio Indy 200 was an IndyCar race held at the Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona ... The race was revived in 1950 by the American Automobile Association, and then passed to the United States Auto Club in 1956 ... USAC moved the race to the newly built Phoenix International Raceway in 1964 ...
Famous quotes containing the word race:
“It now appears that the negro race is, more than any other, susceptible of rapid civilization. The emancipation is observed, in the islands, to have wrought for the negro a benefit as sudden as when a thermometer is brought out of the shade into the sun. It has given him eyes and ears.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Self-determination, the autonomy of the individual, asserts itself in the right to race his automobile, to handle his power tools, to buy a gun, to communicate to mass audiences his opinion, no matter how ignorant, how aggressive, it may be.”
—Herbert Marcuse (18981979)
“We are the party of all labor.
The whole earth shall be ours to share
And every race and craft our neighbor.
No idle class shall linger there
Like vultures on the wealth we render
From field and factory, mill and mine.
Tomorrows sun will rise in splendor
And light us till the end of time.”
—Eugène Pottier (18161887)