NASCAR NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), organization that sanctions American stock-car races, est. 1948. It held its first race in Daytona Beach, Fla. revving up for weekend racing
NASCAR and Hollywood collided Wednesday night at Avalon nightclub, where micro-miniskirted girls and blue-jeaned guys asked the ever-burning question: Why does that place always smell so bad? The moldy moldy
animal feed overgrown with fungus; the feed may be harvested and stored or be still in the ground.
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see leukoencephalomalacia, fusariummoniliforme. funk (our vote is it exudes from that dank carpet that coats the place) didn't slow down the "California Speedway's Running Wide Open" celebration, created by that Fontana track's president, Gillian Zucker, to drum up awareness for their Labor Day weekend races. It certainly helped to have DJ AM blasting tunes, and singer Rihanna belting out an hour set of her hits -- that after she and Jeff Gordon kicked off the party by doing doughnuts in a tricked-out Corvette corvette, small warship, classed between a frigate and a sloop-of-war. Corvettes usually were flush-decked and carried fewer than 28 guns. They were widely employed in escorting convoys and attacking merchant ships during the great naval wars of the late 18th and (he drove!) in the parking lot. Gordon and his second wife, Belgian model Ingrid Vandebosch, left their new baby at home and snuggled snug·gle
v. snug·gled, snug·gling, snug·gles
1. To lie or press close together; cuddle.
2. front-and-center in the plush VIP pits overlooking the stage. Fellow NASCAR driver Juan Pablo Montoya Juan Pablo Montoya Roldán (born September 20 1975 in Bogotá, Colombia) is a race car driver in NASCAR for Chip Ganassi Racing and a former Formula One and Indycar driver. He was born in Bogotá where he was taught the techniques of karting from an early age by his father Pablo, an joined them early; later Paris and Nicky Hilton, Brandon Davis, Aaron Eckhart, and plenty of other drivers -- Carl Edwards, Reed Sorenson, Robby Gordon, Denny Hamlin, and Davis Stremme -- jammed the velour-carpeted pits. Everyone shrieked shriek
1. A shrill, often frantic cry.
2. A sound suggestive of such a cry.
v. shrieked, shriek·ing, shrieks
1. To utter a shriek.
2. to be heard over the chest-thumping bass pumping out of the speakers, including one very blond onlooker, who shouted a bit too loudly the fact that anyone who has ever met him already knows about this season's current NASCAR lead driver Jeff Gordon.
"I can't believe he is so short!" she giggled. Look for the little guy to take the pole in today's Sharp AQUOS 500.
Driver Jeff Gordon and singer Rihanna arrive at the California Speedway's "Running Wide Open in Hollywood" event at Avalon.
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