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Singapore track limits - cutting exceptions

Since our version of singapore has a few places where it´s not clear where the track limits are I will try to clear up all questions here.

Start/Finish straight
The yellow area on the right hand side, between the exit curb of the final corner and the entry curb of the first corner is considered a part of the track (marked blue).
s-f-straight1.jpg s-f-straight2.jpg

Turn 3 to Turn 5
The part of the track left to the white line will be considered as part of the track as well (marked blue).
t3-t5-1.jpg t3-t5-2.jpg

Turn 7
this turn has no white line on the exit, only the curb covering a part of it. This means, when you go with all 4 wheels beyond the curb on the red marked area it will be count as a cut.
t7.jpg

Turn 10, Singapore Sling
This corner has no outside boundries at all so you can run as wide as you want.

Turn 13
This corner has 2 short white lines at the exit, the blue marked one counts as the track limit, before you can go wide.
t13.jpg

The rest of the track should be clear enough where the track limits are, but if there are questions still, make sure to ask them before a penalty comes.

For reference, I used these corner names: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cf/Singapore_street_circuit_v3.svg
 
Might be a silly question but, when takling about "wheels". Does the full width[left to right] of the wheel need to be within the boundaries, or can just part of the wheel be within the boundaries?
 
How about first corner is it allowed to go with 2 wheels on the yellow part

With 2 wheels yes ofc, but with 4 will be counted as a cut.

Now when the blue lines on start-finish lane and others places in S1 are a part from the track, can you fix the grip to not loose grip on those spots to avoid incidents maybe :)
 
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