Definition of motorsport in English:

motorsport

noun

  • A sport involving the racing of motor vehicles, especially cars and motorcycles.

    ‘they claim drag racing is the most exciting motorsport’
    ‘a first-rate motorsports facility’
    • ‘France won the Nations Cup - motor sport's equivalent of the World Cup.’
    • ‘Their determination to win, their creative approach to technology and their passion for motor sport make them perfect partners in this venture.’
    • ‘Many of these important historic racing cars are driven by famous faces from motor sport past and present.’
    • ‘We're not against that as long as the design freedoms remain open and Formula One remains the pinnacle of motor sport.’
    • ‘The chairman of Castle Combe Circuit, Howard Strawford, has been presented with a prestigious award for his services to motor sport.’
    • ‘He also makes movies - as long as they don't interfere with his motor sport.’
    • ‘Priority is given to applications which are considered most likely to improve safety or increase the number of active participants in motor sport.’
    • ‘I think Formula One at the moment is still the pinnacle of motor sport and that's what's made it very, very successful.’
    • ‘Therefore, we welcome all young journalists and photographers covering UK motor sport to enter.’
    • ‘But Formula One is the pinnacle of motor sport; it's extremely difficult to succeed here.’
    • ‘Where motor sport is a bit different from other sports is that of course you can spend the money not only on your team as such, but vast sums purely on technology.’
    • ‘Sebring, like the Le Mans 24 Hours, is an incredibly important race within motor sport.’
    • ‘Their aim is a long-term career in motor sport.’
    • ‘Three additional awards, to recognise outstanding contributions to motor sport, were presented during the Night of Champions.’
    • ‘Motor racing features heavily in my columns, mainly because motor sport has been my passion for over 50 years.’
    • ‘Rallying is central to our brand philosophy and we will continue to use motor sport to technically develop our production cars.’
    • ‘Coincidentally, Todt paid tribute to Mosley's achievements in the world of safety as one of the reasons why he deserves more respect from those in motor sport.’
    • ‘Local motor clubs throughout the UK face a threat from new government regulations forbidding the use of agricultural land for motor sport.’
    • ‘People who are into F1 and motor sport may have heard of him recently though because he has just been snapped up by the Jordan-Honda F1 team.’
    • ‘He has a passion for motor sport and Formula One in particular.’

Pronunciation

motorsport

/ˈmoʊdərˌspɔrt//ˈmōdərˌspôrt/