White lines

Tim Ling

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Another newbie question.

At Texas there is a white line seperating the track from an inside section. Are there any rules governing how this "pit track" has to be used?
 
Mar 15, 2008
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NOpe, Yellow means no pass under, white just means thats where racing surface ends and apron begins (Kansas white line is frequently gone under to make passes and shorten distance around track)
 

Tim Ling

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Thanks TSF. So basically, I can use it anytime I want to...ok.

*EDIT* Except under caution of course
 
Feb 19, 2007
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uhm well you can use them
I don't recommend to use them all the time lol
the white also means that that part is flat area. going there might need some extra skill, and you do not want to go below white line in the corners on some track (like Texas :))
so be careful :)