A sports car (sportscar or sport car) is a small, usually two seat, two door automobile designed for spirited performance and nimble handling. Sports cars may be spartan or luxurious but high maneuverability and minimum weight are requisite.
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... A car may be a sporting automobile without being a sports car ... Performance modifications of regular, production cars, such as sport compacts, sports sedans, muscle cars, hot hatches and the like, generally are not ... They are sometimes called "sports cars" for marketing purposes for increased advertising and promotional purposes ...
... Sports car racing World Sportscar Championship (1953–1992) FIA Sportscar Championship (1998–2003) IMSA GT Championship (1971–1998 ...
... Super GT Joël Camathias Super GT Marcel Fässler Super GT Teams Autorlando Sport GTS Michal Broniszewski GTS Philipp Peter GTS Teams Villois Racing Rolex Sports Car Series DP Jon Fogarty DP Alex Gurney 2009 ...
... Sports car racing in general extends far beyond ACO and FIA rules, encompassing the Grand-Am professional series as well as amateur road racing classes in the Sports Car Club of America in ... Amateur sports car racing throughout the United States is sanctioned by clubs such as the Sports Car Club of America ... The SCCA's sports-racing classes include C and D Sports Racing, Sports 2000 and Spec Racer Ford, in descending order of speed and sophistication, as well as a number of production-based and ...
... The Lime Rock Grand Prix (2010 name Memorial Day Classic) is a sports car race held at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Connecticut, United States on the Memorial Day weekend ... It is currently a part of the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, but has been a part of the SCCA National Sports Car Championship, USAC Road Racing Championship, IMSA GT Championship and United States ...
Famous quotes containing the words car and/or sports:
“If a man, cautious,
hides his limp,
Somebody has to limp it! Things
do it; the surroundings limp.
House walls get scars,
the car breaks down; matter, in drudgery, takes it up.”
—Robert Bly (b. 1926)
“Reading about ethics is about as likely to improve ones behavior as reading about sports is to make one into an athlete.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)