- 1 What does nc stand for in racing?
- 2 What does NC mean in motorsport?
- 3 What does nc mean in swimming?
- 4 What does NC F1 mean?
- 5 What do you call the start of a race?
- 6 How old is Verstappen?
- 7 What is a blend line violation?
- 8 How old is Katie Ledecky?
- 9 What does R mean in swimming?
- 10 What does in swimming mean?
- 11 What is dirty air in racing?
- 12 What does black flag mean in F1?
- 13 Why is it called Formula 1?
What does nc stand for in racing?
DNF = did not finish. NC = not classified.
What does NC mean in motorsport?
NC stands for Not Classified teams in the ITU rule book (2.11c)
What does nc mean in swimming?
National Centres | Swimming | British Swimming. Performance.
What does NC F1 mean?
Non-classified finish (NC)
What do you call the start of a race?
1. starting line – a line indicating the location of the start of a race or a game. scratch line, scratch, start. line – in games or sports; a mark indicating positions or bounds of the playing area. Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection.
How old is Verstappen?
R.A.C.E: An acronym that hospital personnel use to remember their duties in case of fire. It stands for RESCUE, ALARM, CONFINE, EXTINGUISH/EVACUATE.
What is a blend line violation?
Blend line. The painted line defining the exit from pit lane where it rejoins the race track. It prevents emerging race cars from driving into race traffic travelling past the pits. Competitors are penalised for crossing the blend line, ensuring cars have attained full racing speed before rejoining the race.
How old is Katie Ledecky?
Still early in her career, Katie Ledecky has set the gold standard for female swimmers. The 24-year-old distance freestyle swimmer has been on the international stage for nearly a decade and has dominated, winning a record amount of Olympic and world championship gold medals among women in the sport.
What does R mean in swimming?
‘R.’ or ‘r’ or. Rest (R.30) = Rest 30sec at the end of an interval e.g. 5x200m Freestyle R.30 = Rest 30sec at the end of each 200m.
What does in swimming mean?
It’s an abbreviation for the individual medley event in swimming, in which swimmers use all four competitive strokes: butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle, in that order. The Rio Games feature the men’s and women’s 200- and 400-meter IM.
What is dirty air in racing?
As air passes over a Formula 1 car’s surfaces it produces a wake of turbulent air that hampers the aerodynamic flow of cars directly behind it. This wake – nicknamed ‘dirty air’ – can be of benefit to a following car on the straight, as the car in front is effectively punching a hole in the air and doing more work.
What does black flag mean in F1?
A racing car is under no obligation to move over. BLACK FLAG. Shown with a car number to indicate that the driver must call into the pits immediately, usually because he has broken the rules and will be disqualified.
Why is it called Formula 1?
The World Drivers’ Championship, which became the FIA Formula One World Championship in 1981, has been one of the premier forms of racing around the world since its inaugural season in 1950. The word formula in the name refers to the set of rules to which all participants’ cars must conform.