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noun as in competitor in a race

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Hypersport by DamonA shapeshifting electric motorcycleCommuters and racers typically have to choose between riding configurations when they shop for a new ride.

When another racer hits you with a shell, the 8-inch long by 4-inch wide vehicle in the physical world will go careening across the floor accordingly.

According to Clark, a major focus of the eNASCAR series moving forward will be spotlighting the personalities of the sim racers themselves.

One of those people was Chloe Woodruff, a Pivot-sponsored racer who is five-two.

Of course, much or most of the real magic here comes courtesy of the racer.

Teams generally race in a relay format with one racer always on the road.

Teams may put more than one racer on the road at a time if they feel it will be advantageous.

When downhill racer Julia Mancuso did it, she wore the American flag like a cape.

He won 91 victories for both Benetton and Ferrari, 40 more wins than any other F1 racer in the record books.

Tension was high in Maranello, Italy, where Schumacher brought Ferrari to the podium in F1 racing more than any other racer.

These severally were supposed to include the full-blown racer, the out-of-date racer, and the ordinary cruiser.

She was but a moderate success as a racer, but was a very good cruiser, having made a voyage to the West Indies.

In joining a racer there is nothing so comfortable for host and guest too as being on board in good time.

There was the speed of the blooded racer in her and the tirelessness of the mustang.

Did ever racer's eager feetRest as he reach'd the goal, Finding the prize achiev'd was meetTo satisfy his soul?


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to racer, such as: marathoner, runner, and sprinter.

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