Now That's Different: Motorsports' Most Unique Rides

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Now That's Different:  Motorsports' Most Unique Rides

There's something about motorsports that brings out the best and worst in people.

You have the individual who would rather cheer on a Chevrolet than a Ford.

There's people who would drive in a straight line rather than make turns.

Some prefer the unique challenge of dirt rather than the asphalt.

Whatever the case may be, there's a huge portion of this country that are fans of some type of motorsports.

Most of the time, the biggest argument is about what type of vehicle one cheers for. Is it the stock cars? The high-powered dragsters? The dirt-slinging sprint cars?

Each one has unique characteristics that make them one of a kind. But there are some vehicles that are so unique, so distinct, they belong in a category of their own.

We all recognize when a NASCAR Sprint Cup machine comes rolling to the starting grid.

The sight of an NHRA dragster as it smokes the tires is one everyone is familiar with.

And who doesn't recognize the launch of an F1 car when the light board goes green.

However, I've decided to look at seven of the most unique vehicles that motorsports has ever seen. They may not be as recognized as the No. 3 of Earnhardt or the Ferrari of Michael Shumacher, but they are distinct in what they did for motorsports.

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