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 n.— «Eventually, along came a “bakkie”—a small farm van—and the driver took me to near Sterkspruit.» —“A Walk to Freedom” New York Times Jan. 8, 1978. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


squirrel  n.— «Squirrel—Describes a rookie or reckless driver who moves all over the track and causes crashes or holds up faster drivers. Not a compliment.» —“Learning the Lernerville lingo” by Paul Kogut Valley News...

hot shoe

hot shoe n. a reckless or unnecessarily fast race-car driver; (hence) a winning driver. Also hotshoe. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

thunder run

thunder run  n.— «Another pastime is provided by the base’s 14 bars, including at least one operated by each national contingent. “When you hit them all in one night, they call it the Thunder Run,” said Sutton, a truck driver...