BACK OUTWhen a driver takes his foot off the gas pedal (all the way or part way), he "backs out" or "lifts off."
BACKMARKERCars running near the back of the field.
BALACLAVAFire resistant headgear worn under a helmet by a driver to protect their face and neck.
BANKINGOn oval tracks, the corners are often tilted inward to provide faster speeds. On some road courses, certain turns may actually be banked outward, a very difficult type of corner known as "off-camber."
BITDAbbreviation of Best in the Desert, an off-road racing series in the Western United States.