by busmas April 22, 2003
learned from speed tv: Clag is the bits of rubber that get thrown off the tires to the side of the road outside the racing-line.
I have walked the track after a race, and they are often small specks to marble sized, and less-frequently but noticable golf-ball sized.
by Matthew May 23, 2004
Clag can also refer to any smoke or byproduct of a large diesel engine's Starting or pulling heavy loads as seen with trains and semi's
by Northstar2007 October 21, 2007
An aviation acronym that originated within the Royal Air Force. It stands for "Cloud Low, Aircraft Grounded", but nowadays it is often used in general usage to describe grey, drizzly low laying cloud.
by Ben Chapman January 16, 2007
Brand of Australian glue, often used in a sentence to describe something that has become stuck or stopped up.
by erin day May 18, 2005
by Aron :D September 24, 2007
by David Palmer May 26, 2005