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Word History and Origins

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Example Sentences

The second-most-popular careers were veterinarian and racecar driver, with two votes apiece.

Rather, air must curve as it flows around individual, tightly packed fibers of the material, like a racecar swerving around cones of an obstacle course.

The kit cars and trucks — most of which are 12-to-24-inches long and weigh from 10 to 30 pounds — look like a mini-me of real-deal racecars and monster trucks.

He recently appeared in “The Art of Racing in the Rain,” portraying a racecar driver named Denny Swift.

While cars and video games are accessible to most people, racecars and esports are left to the professionals and aspiring amateurs, a much smaller group of folks.

Schumacher tempted fate each time he took the wheel of his high performance racecar, and he got away with it.

Scottie the dog, a perennial favorite, and the racecar were added in the 1950s.

In 1951 a young racecar driver named Phil Hill inherited some money after his parents died within a few weeks of one another.

Her father, Ricardo Flores, is a former racecar driver who now works as an entertainment booking agent for Peru cultural events.


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What is a racecar?

A racecar is a car designed to race at high speeds, as in Callie, who dreamed of driving racecars as a child, is a professional racecar driver in France.

Racecar is a general name used to describe a wide variety of motor vehicles designed for racing. One of the most well-known types of racecars is the Formula One (F1) car, which is a one-seat, slim car raced on an open track. Other types of racecars include the stock car and the dragster

Example: That green racecar sounded like it was about to break down.

Where does racecar come from?

The first records of the term racecar come from around the early 1900s. It combines the terms race, meaning “a contest of speed,” and car, meaning “an automobile.”

Did you notice anything special about the term racecar? It can be read the same way forward and backward. That’s called a palindrome. Spell racecar backwards and you still get racecar. Some other palindromes include dad, Go dog, and Poor Dan is in a droop. (When creating a palindrome with more than one word, capitalization, spaces, and punctuation usually don’t count.)

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How is racecar used in real life?

Racecar is a general term for many different types of cars built or modified for racing. It is also one of the most frequently used examples of a palindrome.

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Is racecar used correctly in the following sentence?

“When Violet moved from a crib to a bed, her parents gave her a racecar-shaped bed.”