- 1The most favorable position at the start of an automobile race, typically on the inside of the front row of competitors.More example sentences
- He won the pole position at Texas Motor Speedway in September of 2002 and finished a career-best third in that event.
- He started the last two races from the pole position.
- Rockenfeller responded with the fastest time in every practice session, the pole position and the race victory.
1950s: from a 19th-century use of pole in horse racing, denoting the starting position next to the inside boundary fence.
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