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Car enthusiasts all over the world take part in illegal street racing Street racing is a part of history and has been around as long as the automobile itself The dangers and consequences are high but it is only exceeded by the excitement and entertainment that one gets from competition Racing which is usually done at the racetrack has easily found its way to the local streets Drag racing is the most common form of illegal racing What is supposed to be a quarter mile has transformed into light-to-light street racing Traffic racing can also be seen on a day-to-day basis Cars weave in and out of each other and try to get past ever one during rush hour These types of street racing seem to serve as a means to entertain To some driving fast is fun why else would there be cars such as Ferrari Lamborghini and Porsche If these cars were made for just modes of transportation then why are they not built to go the speed limit or have a top speed of seventy-five Simple because these cars were built for speed as well as entertainment Consumers can spend up to millions of dollars on a single car because ordinary just isnt fun The most ideal area for street racing would be on the back roads outside of the city Every once in a while this will occur but this kind of racing happens very rarely Every town will have its own spots for cruising sometimes the spot is a main street and other times its a big loop that goes around a merchant area Large parking lots have become another popular area for street racers to meet Here street racers can coordinate when and where to race each other In addition to the spots for cruising and large parking lot gathering places each town also has its own law enforcement agency Law enforcement all over the United
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