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1.
To gas up your ride and leave without paying. Like dine and dash but gas and go.
Scott and Sam went to get some gas and when they pushed the "Pay Inside" button the people inside turned the gas pump on. When their ride was full of gas they hung the pump up real quick and drove off without paying for a perfect gas and go.
by Scott E. December 08, 2007
 
2.
An auto racing pit stop for refueling but not changing tires. Often occurs near the end of the race and under green flag conditions, when limiting time in the pits is deemed more important than fresh rubber. This pit strategy is also used to gain positions under yellow flag conditions, when other cars are taking tires. Considered a risky move at those tracks that wear tires quickly. Not changing tires can add seconds a lap to a car's times.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr., does not have a enough Sunoco fuel to make it to the end of the race. He will be coming into the pits in three laps for a gas-and-go, says crew chief Lance McGrew.
by wordguy2 May 12, 2010