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Form of motor racing in which two contestants race side by side from a standing start over a straight quarter-mile strip of pavement. Winners go on to compete against others in their class until only one is left undefeated. In The 1960s by journalist and dedicated racing fan Charles Morris Charles Morris may refer to:
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