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Some articles on race, cars, car, car race:

July 21 - Births
... – Mike Bordick, American baseball player 1965 – Jovy Marcelo, Filipino race car driver (d. 1969 – Godfrey, American comedian and actor 1969 – Klaus Graf, German race car driver 1969 – Emerson Hart, American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer (Tonic) 1970 ...
List Of Myth Busters Special Episodes - Specials - Episode SP11 – "Young Scientists Special"
... Electric cars are more sluggish than gasoline-powered cars ... drive Brandon (a Young Scientist Challenge winner) in both a gas and electric consumer grade car, and blindfolded Brandon and covered Jamie's ears to see if they could tell the ... able to immediately tell based on the electric car's acceleration ...
List Of Daytona 500 Pole Position Winners - Daytona 500 Pole Winners - Notes
... Speedway track qualifying record driving in a USAC Champ Car race at 173.210 mph ... The Champ Cars would not return to the track ... held until 1964 when Paul Goldsmith finally broke it in a NASCAR stock car with a speed of 174.910 mph ...
September 8 - Births
1945) 1884 – Théodore Pilette, Belgian race car driver (d ... author 1947 – Benjamin Orr, American singer-songwriter and bass player (The Cars) (d. 2002) 1956 – Stefan Johansson, Swedish race car driver 1957 – Heather Thomas, American actress 1958 – Michael Lardie, American keyboard player, songwriter, and producer (Great White and Night Ranger) 1958 ...
Driver Deaths In Motorsport - S
... Santander, Sergio (1954–1987), Chilean Formula 3 race, Las Vizcachas, Santiago Savage, Swede (1946–1973), Indy 500 Scarfiotti, Ludovico (1933–1968), Hillclimb, Rossfeld Schell, Harry (1921–1960 ... Stommelen, Rolf (1943–1983), Sports Car race, Riverside International Raceway Surtees, Henry (1991–2009), Formula 2, Brands Hatch Sweikert, Bob (1926–1956 ...

Famous quotes containing the words race and/or car:

    A race cannot be purified from without.
    Anna Julia Cooper (1859–1964)

    The American Dream has run out of gas. The car has stopped. It no longer supplies the world with its images, its dreams, its fantasies. No more. It’s over. It supplies the world with its nightmares now: the Kennedy assassination, Watergate, Vietnam.
    —J.G. (James Graham)