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Orlando Festival of Speed 2014

November 20, 2013 by  
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The 7th Annual Festivals of Speed Orlando will take place on November 29 to December 1, 2013, benefitting the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. Guests will have the opportunity of viewing exotic cars, customized motorcycles…

Automobiles

February 9, 2009 by  
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This section of Autoracing.com delves into the wide world of automobiles, and explores the reasons why cars and trucks have become much more than simple tools of transportation. Sports Cars provides fresh insights as well as basic information on these exciting adrenaline-pumping vehicles. Find out how sports cars first came to be, and learn how [...]

North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame

July 30, 2007 by  
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The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is dedicated to remembering and bringing honor to the people and the machines that have been responsible for many memorable and extraordinary moments in racing. All the exhibits and inductees at the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame are testament to the love and commitment that goes into this sport, the long hours and the hard work done by everyone on a racing team.

The Strangest Indy 500 Tradition

May 25, 2007 by  
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A racing event with a history as long as the Indy 500 is sure to have spawned more than a few traditions, but the “Milk Drinkingpost-race ritual is surely the strangest. It was way back in 1936 that the curious practice of the race winner drinking a bottle of milk first began, and it has continued virtually without interruption ever since.

The New Ferrari F2007

March 26, 2007 by  
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To the untrained eye and to the enthusiasts that are not mechanically minded, the new F2007 Ferrari or as the project was known, the 658, does not look all that different to its predecessor. But as the professionals know, it is all in the small details. And it is those unnoticeable changes that makes all the difference in a Formula One performance car.

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