Definition of dirt track in English:

dirt track

Syllabification: dirt track

noun

A course made of rolled cinders for motorcycle racing or of earth for flat racing.
More example sentences
  • The athletes paraded onto the dirt track to the cheers of fans from their home city-states.
  • He'd rather be at a dirt track, a NASCAR track or a road course every night.
  • The two friends were left staring after the caravan as it slowly rolled away down the dirt track.

Derivatives

dirt tracker

noun
More example sentences
  • Nicky is probably the most naturally talented dirt tracker that I've seen come along in a long, long time.
  • It was only natural that he would become a dirt tracker himself, and he did so with great success.
  • It's been proven that's where the fastest dirt trackers in the United States come from.

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