What is the area called where racing cars go in for a pit stop?
* Pit Road * Pit Lane * Pit Stall
If a bunch of cars get into a crash during a race and they have to go into the pit stop while other cars are still racing what is that car called that goes onto the lanes with the undamaged cars?
Formula 1 is a form of Motorsport that takes part annually. Season usually starts in March and ends in November. There is usually around 20 races a season depending on each year. First Formula 1 GP was at the 1950 British GP hence being where it was started. The cars used are opened wheel which can reached to speeds over 200mph.
A radio controlled car or R/C car is a powered (electric or gas) model car driven by a radio control system. Inputs from joysticks (or a wheel and a trigger) on a transmitter are sent to the car's onboard receiver. Radio controlled cars can range from simple "stop and go" cars to competitive racing models, which feature all the complexity and adjustability of a full sized racing vehicle.
What is the name of the place where formula1 racers put on tires and add fuel to their cars during races?
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if the horse does it long enough sooner or later your going to have to stop racing the horse if not riding it. when they go full out and turn so sharp like that its like people athletes have to stop running after awhile because of joint pain horses are the same way. its hard on their legs so at about the age of 15 to 17 you should stop racing them
A train yard is an area where a train may go and stop to have their cars switched. Here a train may switch its cars with another train. Here a small train that acts somewhat like a tugboat might sort cars and move them from one train to another. Train yards may have houses for holding trains also. They might also have repair stations. Its kind of like a roadside stop for trains.
Racing cars is a very competitive sport, usually in hot weather and without air conditioning (which would add weight and use power) so the drivers body sweats alot, several pints over a long race, this dehydrates the body and decreases the need to pee, but if a driver really must go then he has two options, stop and pay a visit or drive cross legged.