It's not the matter who's 'weak' or who's 'strong' on the track.racing lines are for the weak, they are a crutch you will never get better if you use them. they should have never been created.
Thats a ridiculous statement. People use them to learn tracks without running off the track every two seconds. They learn braking points, etc then turn it off when they are confident in their ability on the circuit. At least thats how I use them....racing lines are for the weak, they are a crutch you will never get better if you use them. they should have never been created.
The same can be said for a track map, the map and racing line are good to become familiar with new tracks but once the track is memorized I turn them both off and use the normal visual cues for racing. With that said, the map and racing line are just visual cues, no different than track side objects or track visuals, if someone wants to use those cues I don't see a problem - unless they strictly adhere to the racing line as it may not be the fastest cue to follow.