Printer friendly
Acronymfinder

What does BAR stand for?

BAR stands for British American Racing (formula 1 racing team)


This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
  • Business, finance, etc.

See other definitions of BAR

Other Resources:
We have 185 other meanings of BAR in our Acronym Attic

Samples in periodicals archive:

BAR was set up as British American Racing by BAT in 1997 and after a challenging first few years rose to second place in the 2004 Constructors' World Championship, helped by the performances of British driver Jenson Button.
BAT will then exit Formula One as it fulfils a pledge made in 2001 t o meet new international guidelines on tobacco sponsorship BAR was set up as British American Racing by BAT in 1997 and after a challenging first few years rose to second place in the 2004 Constructors' World Championship, helped by the performances of British driver Jenson Button.
BAR was set up as British American Racing by BAT in 1997 and after a challenging first few years rose to second place in the 2004 Constructors' World Championship, helped by the performances of British driver Jenson Button.
``All we know at this time is that BAR Managing Director Dave Richards has informed us that Jacques will no longer be part of British American Racing in 2004,'' said Villeneuve's manager Craig Pollock.
The British American Racing car is the same sort as driven by Jenson Button, who finished eighth in last week's British Grand Prix in a Honda.
JENSON BUTTON says he has wasted little time settling in with British American Racing after his first test with the Brackley-based outfit.