Roman chariot racing was the great, great, grandfather of our modern day harness racing and auto racing. The connection with harness racing is obvious, while the auto racing incorporates the speed and touch of danger that the ancient chariot races held.
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Chariot Races were held at the circus, which was the race track. Thecityof Rome had the Circus Maximus, the Circus Flaminius and the Circus Maxentius.
About the only resemblance Roman chariot races and our horse races have today is the betting on the outcome. True we have harness racing where one horse pulls a cart, but the horse has to be controlled, that is, he has to run at a pace or a trot. The Romans, however, had rather light weight racing chariots pulled by (usually) four horses and they ran at breakneck speed four times around the circuit.
The Romans played chariot racing. The games which were held in an arena where they would make servants or prisoners in the arena to fight a lion or a to fight another.
Pelops found the chariot racing.
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Heracles Chariot Racing happened in 2007.
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The chariot racing track in Rome was the Circus Maximus.
Heracles Chariot Racing was created on 2007-07-06.
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Chariot racing is a dangerous sport. In Roman times professional chariot racers could become very wealthy indeed. One can watch movies about chariot racing on YouTube.
Chariot racing doesn't still go on today, but at events such as, latin conventions, you may have a chariot race.