Definitions for "Grand Prix"
The Grand Prix tournaments take place every weekend. The Euro Grand Prix is a $100+$8 scheduled No-Limit Texas Hold'em tournament that starts at 3pm ET every Saturday. The American Grand Prix is a $100+$8 scheduled No-Limit Texas Hold'em tournament that starts at 6pm ET every Sunday. Both Grand Prix events are scheduled freeze out No-Limit Texas Hold'em tournaments. You can qualify for either of the Grand Prix Tournaments by playing in any of the $14+$1.50 Sit & Go and Scheduled Qualifiers that appear throughout the day. For more on the Grand Prix tournaments and qualifiers please Click Here.
The Grand Prix is a professional snooker tournament. It is the first of eight ranking tournaments. It has previously been known as the LG Cup and the Professional Players Tournament.
Grand Prix is an action film released in 1966. It was directed by John Frankenheimer with music by Maurice Jarre. It starred James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, Yves Montand, Brian Bedford and Antonio Sabato.
Highest level of Ridden Dressage and Show Jumping
The highest stage of dressage, which is used to determine world and Olympic champions.
Top caliber classes in dressage and show jumping, often offering large cash prizes.
1. A French term that means "grand prize." 2. An international series of Formula One racing events. 3. The 24-hour race at LeMans. 4. An annual USAC midget-car race once held on Thanksgiving in Southern California.
Strictly, a race that counts toward the World Drivers' Championship.
one of several international races
a series of high-quality hot air balloon events at which the competitors, spectators, and local staff are united as one
a two-day event
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a very different deal