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Auto Racing & Race Tracks in Miami
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Dynamic Turbo - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 593-6194
American Totalisator CO - Flagler K C - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 649-9911
Autocraze.Com - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 358-9021
Courtview Club Restaurant at Miami Jai-Alai - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 633-6400
Flagler Greyhound Track - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 649-3000
German Motor Sports - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 443-8030
Hi-Li Reservations - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 633-9661
J M& R Motor Sports - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 770-2006
L & B Auto Accessories - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 267-8640
Moclan Motor Sports LLC - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 889-2121
Pinnacle Motor Sports - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 378-8468
World of Wheels Motor Sports - Miami, FL - Phone: (305) 256-7793
Helpful Definition for: Auto Racing & Race Tracks
'Auto Racing' is the racing setup of adjustments made to the vehicle to optimize its performance, management and consistency and to involve the cars for competition; adjustments can occur in suspensions, brakes, transmissions, engines, tires, and many others. In Miami race tracks are primarily designed for contest through speed, featuring defined start and finish lines and even defined timing points.
In Miami, many racetracks are for multi-use, allowing different types of sport on the same track, or incorporating many tracks in one venue. There are many different types of racing; single seater racing, touring car racing, sports and production car racing, and single marquee and each having a different kind of race track. The oldest auto race track worldwide is the 'Milwaukee Mile'.
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