8 definitions by D2RCR

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Stopping what you're doing because because something has made the environment unsafe. Derived from the racing flag that is used to stop a race because of unsafe conditions.
"We're red-flagged at this gas station because it's snowing too hard for us to be able to go on."
by D2RCR January 31, 2004
1. Putting a permanent stop to something that has been red flagged. Derived from the practice of waving the black and red flags together at the end of a racing practice session.

2. Used when someone has done something wrong and is about to be punished. Derived from the use of the black flag to indicate a penalty in racing.
1. "It's snowing too hard to continue on, so we've black-flagged this trip and are on our way home."

2. "Pretty sure that guy's gonna get black-flagged for punching out that window.
by D2RCR January 31, 2004
Nickname for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which was first paved with bricks and mortar.
The Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway has become one of the most anticipated races in motorsports.
by D2RCR January 31, 2004
The formal name for NASCAR's top-level racing series as of 2004. This division includes stars such as Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bill Elliott, and Rusty Wallace.

It was known as the Winston Cup Series from 1971-2003.
The 2004 Nextel Cup Series season should feature more than a few exciting moments.
by D2RCR January 31, 2004
The top-level racing series in NASCAR, formerly Winston Cup (1971-2003).
Matt Kenseth will be competing to repeat as, and become the first, Nextel Cup champion in 2004.
by D2RCR January 31, 2004
Canadian Association for Stock Car Auto Racing - the Canadian equivalent of NASCAR. Most of its drivers drive Dodges, as Mopar is a key sponsor in all their racing series. CASCAR specializes in short tracks and road courses.
CASCAR races are sometimes televised on SPEED channel during the winter.
by D2RCR January 31, 2004
Prior to 2004, the NASCAR Winston Cup Series' all-star exhibition race held at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC. Previous race winners (up to the previous running), as well as the winners of an "open" race (The Winston Open) and a "sprint" race (The No Bull Sprint/No Bull 25's) would race for a handsome purse (the winner received $1 million in 2003).

Starting in 2004, the race will be known as the NASCAR Nextel All-Star Challenge.
The Winston was the ultimate fans' race.
by D2RCR January 31, 2004

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