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  • Main Styles Of Racing That Have Affected The American Culture

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    Four Main Styles of Racing that have Affected the American Culture: A Review of Some Related Stories, Articles and Literature Tammy Smithers Popular Culture 394, 001-2015-030 Professor J. Chowning April 29, 2015 America has been fascinated with racing since the 1800’s and there are so many types of auto racing in America and each one is unique. Automobile racing is a competition race between cars and drivers. Even the first motor race between steam engines took place

  • Plastic in Sports Safety Essay

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    Anyone who plays sports knows the risks they are taking if they play. What if there was a way for us to better protect if not prevent ourselves and our children from getting a traumatic brain injury that cause serious issues in future life. I played rugby for 3 years myself have had multiple and have concussions, with the last concussion I was told that I cannot play contact sports anymore. I would like to look into what plastics could do to improve the safety in these games whether it be football

  • Marketing Strategy For Indycar : An Open Wheel Racing Sport Based On America.with Auto Racing

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    2) Executive Summary 2.1) Synopsis Our case analysis looks in depth at IndyCar which is an open-wheel racing sport based in America.With auto racing becoming more popular in the U.S. IndyCar is trying to compete with its top rival NASCAR in hopes of regaining fans and finding new sponsors to help keep IndyCar as a leader in the motorsports market. This analysis will take a deeper look at IndyCar’s internal and external environments as well as their customer environment and a complete SWOT

  • Marketing Goal : Indianapolis Sports

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    can create an underdog feeling to an already competitive market share. Indy Fuel has to take the necessary steps in order to gain a competitive advantage from established organizations and not let history repeat itself. With Indy Fuel being in its third year, they are slowly starting to catch the attention of the Indianapolis community and work towards creating a passion for hockey in a state that is defined by basketball. Indy Fuel’s marketing goal

  • Iwit Event Analysis

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    Event Purpose The 2017 Indy Women in Tech (IWIT) Championship presented by Guggenhein was a new tournament for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). Over 140 players competed in the LPGA event, which included several ancillary events in the buildup to the three-day tournament in support of STEM education and the Indianapolis tech scene. The LPGA event not only highlighted STEM and tech, but showcased the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s course, the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course. Former

  • Dallara Automobili Essay

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    a lot of skills and knowledge in Maserati, Lamborghini and DeTommaso, all of them well-known supercars manufacturer. At one point in time of his life, in 1972, he decided to build his own company following the dream of working in the world of the racing cars. Started alone in his own garage (as many of the most successful company in the world) he manufactured some cars body using his capabilities learned from his previous experiences. Years over years the new small company increase with a few handful

  • Essay On Nascar

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    Is nascar a dangerous sport? Nascar is dangerous but not as dangerous as you think. Many people think nascar is one of the most dangerous sports. Nascar has changed dramatically over the past few years. Nascar has many different rule to make sure people stay safe. Nascar drivers have to do certain things just to get behind the wheel for the first time. When nascar was first introduced in 1948, they didn't have very many rules at all. I'm going to explain how nascar has changed from 1948 to 2017.

  • In Harm's Way Summary

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    described as being “in rich horse country”. It is the home of Captain Charles Butler McVay III. However, the majority of the book is set in late World War II, and the setting centers around the USS Indianapolis. For short she is referred to as the Indy. The ship is 133 feet tall, and 610 feet long, with a top speed of 32.75 knots, and 3-4 inch armor plating. The ship is a battle cruiser. Amongst other things it has 2 radio rooms, 4 boiler rooms, and an airplane hangar. Towards the middle of the book

  • How Did Indiana Become A State

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    things a racer should know if he/she is racing. 1. Participants should know the weight of the car with the surroundings inside the car. 2. Participants should know how much of weight they’re putting on the car while driving or making a hard turn.3. Make sure that every racer understands to be careful. There were many famous racers in the Indy 500. There were male racers and female racers who have won of lot of races. Ray Harroun was the first person to won the Indy 500 race. The race happened in 1911

  • The Racing Twenties Essays

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    While automobile racing is a sport that is firmly ingrained in American culture now, it wasn't always the mature sport we see today. The motorsport that tests a driver's precision, reflexes, and car is only around 110 years old. There is a decade in racing history that many NASCAR fans never think about, and that is the 'Roaring Twenties'. The 1920s really laid the groundwork for the fierce competition seen in the 1930s with innovation in car technology, skilled racing teams, and new championship