What is chariot racing? A popular form of contest between small, two-wheeled vehicles drawn by two-, four-, or six-horse teams.
What are the rules? The competitors horses run seven laps around the stadium. Chariots are very fragile, and if in a crash, the competitor was dragged to death or seriously injured.
Fun fact: Chariot racing became an Olympic sport in 684 B.C.
It is like the modern day Olympic sport, cycling track, where contestants bike around a track competing to get first.