Drag Racing 101

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Can you name the drag racing term for each definition?

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Designed to heat the tires, making them tacky for better traction.
The time it takes a vehicle to travel from the starting line to the finish line.
The time it takes a driver to react to the green starting light on the Christmas Tree.
When a driver reacts quicker to the Christmas Tree to win a race against an opponent with a quicker elapsed time.
A class in drag racing with cars that resemble a standard automobile except in having a one-piece carbon fiber body that must be raised for access.
Another name for a Top Fuel Dragster.
A handicap system that allows two cars from different classes to compete in drag racing events.
Wide tires made of very soft rubber with no tread, used in drag racing because they provide maximum traction during hard acceleration.
Attached to the back of a Top Fuel dragster as a stabilizer, generally used to create downforce, which increases tire-to-track adherence at high speeds.
When a car has left the starting line before the green light, or starting signal. A foul start.
When a car is given a head start equal to the difference between it's best e.t. and that of the opponents.
When the driver has no opponent for a specific round, resulting in a solo pass.
Another term for the finish line.
A cloth device deployed at the Top End used to rapidly decrease speed, helping the vehicle to come to a complete stop.
Designated area at a racetrack where crews work on the vehicles in between rounds of racing.
Refers to a contestant running quicker than he or she 'dialed' his or her vehicle (predicted how quick it would run)
The electronic starting device between the lanes on the starting line. It displays a calibrated-light countdown for each driver.
To roll a few inches farther into the beams after staging, causing the pre-stage lights to go out and placing the driver closer to the finish line.
When a cylinder runs too rich (too much fuel in the air/fuel mixture) and prevents the spark plug(s) from firing.
CH3NO2 or Top Fuel or the fuel used to power the top two classes in professional drag racing.
Extends from the rear of a vehicle and is used to prevent excessive front-wheel lift.
Also called a blower, it is a crank-driven air/fuel-mixture compressor used to produce more horsepower.
Area located after finish line for racing cars to slowdown.
Another name for a Top Fuel Funny Car.
The area of track located just in front of the staging area where cars can spin the tires in water.

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