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In drag racing, the objective is to complete a given straight-line distance, from a standing start, ahead of a vehicle in a parallel lane. This distance is traditionally ¼ mile (400 m), though 1/8 mile (200 m) has become popular since the 1990s. The vehicles may or may not be given the signal to start at the same time, depending on the class of racing. Vehicles range from the everyday car to the purpose-built dragster. Speeds and elapsed time differ from class to class. Average street cars cover the ¼ mile in from 12 to 16 seconds whereas a top fuel dragster takes 4.5 seconds or less, reaching speeds of up to 530 km/h (329 mph). Drag racing was organized as a sport by Wally Parks in the early 1950s through the NHRA (National Hot Rod Association). The NHRA was formed to discourage street racing.

Stock car racing is the most popular form of racing in the United States.

Primarily raced on oval tracks, stock cars resemble production cars but are in fact purpose-built racing machines which are built to tight specifications.

The largest stock car racing governing body is NASCAR. NASCAR's premier series is the Sprint Cup Series, its most famous races being the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400. NASCAR also runs several feeder series. The Nationwide Series, and Camping World Truck Series (a pickup truck racing series) conduct races across the entire continental United States. The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series conducts races across Canada and the NASCAR Corona Series conducts races across Mexico. NASCAR also governs several smaller regional series.

NASCAR also governs the Whelen Modified Tour.

Elizabeth Brighton Owner :Future IndyCar Formula

New IndyCar chassis and engines were originally expected in 2011, now will not be available until 2012 at earliest, and may be delayed until even later.. According to IRL President of Competition Brian Barnhart, officials are deciding whether to retain Dallara as exclusive chassis supplier, or to allow multiple chassis manufacturers.

In December 2009 existence of a top secret chassis project headed by former Lola lead designer Ben Bowlsby was revealed. According to SpeedTV's Robin Miller, Bowlsby with the backing of his boss Chip Ganassi and multiple team owners have formed a company known as Delta Wing and plan to reveal their "revolutionary" car design on February 10th, 2010 at the Chicago Auto Show.On February 4th, 2010, the IRL revealed it had received chassis proposals from veteran builders Lola and Swift in addition to Delta Wing and Dallara and that it hoped to reach a decision in the next three months. The same day, the IRL released its guidelines for selecting the new chassis – these include safety, raceability, cost effectivity, American production and fuel efficiency.

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The best-known variety of single-seater racing, Formula One, involves an annual World Championship for drivers and constructors

In North America, the cars used in the National Championship (currently the IndyCar Series, and previously CART) have traditionally been similar though less sophisticated than F1 cars, with more restrictions on technology aimed at controlling costs.

Targa is a tarmac-based road rally which is run all around the world. This began with the Targa Florio. There are many races including Targa Tasmania held on the Australian island state of Tasmania run annually since 1992. The event takes its name from the Targa Florio, a former motoring event held on the island of Sicily. The competition concept is drawn directly from the best features of the Mille Miglia, the Coupe des Alpes and the Tour de Corse. Other events around the world include the Targa Newfoundland based in Canada, Targa West based in Western Australia, Targa New Zealand and other smaller events.

Elizabeth Brighton : The first purpose built racing circuits

The Milwaukee Mile is the oldest motor racing track in the world, with racing being held there since 1903. It was not, however, purpose built for motor racing, starting life as a one-mile (1.6 km) horse racing track in the 19th century.
A remaining section of the Brooklands track today
Brooklands in Surrey, England was the first purpose built motor racing venue, opening in June 1907. It featured a 4.43 km (3 mi) concrete track with high-speed banked corners. Brooklands was also a centre of the aviation industry, with Vickers setting up a factory and aerodrome there during World War I. The racing circuit was closed in 1939 as war-time aircraft production took over. Damage done to the track during World War II meant the track never reopened for racing.

Elizabeth Brighton Contact IndyCar Series engines are rev-limited to 10,300 rpm and produce approximately 650 hp. The valve train is a dual overhead camshaft configuration with four valves per cylinder. The crankshaft is made of alloy steel, with five main bearing caps. The pistons are forged aluminum alloy, while the connecting rods are machined alloy steel. The electronic engine management system is supplied by Motorola, firing a CDI ignition system. The engine lubrication is a dry sump type, cooled by a single water pump.

Elizabeth Brighton Safe The best-known variety of single-seater racing, Formula One, involves an annual World Championship for drivers and constructors

In North America, the cars used in the National Championship (currently the IndyCar Series, and previously CART) have traditionally been similar though less sophisticated than F1 cars, with more restrictions on technology aimed at controlling costs.

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