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Will Pit Lane Be the Deciding Factor in the Chase?

It’s a very lonely strip of concrete that lies between the garage area and the front straightaway, unless of course it’s a short track and then it wraps itself around the entire track like some mighty python waiting for its next victim. However you choose to view this small piece of real estate, it has just as much significance as the asphalt that surrounds its outer edges where the drivers race at high speeds. At any given moment, this concrete area becomes a race within the race, which can have just as much and at times even more action then what is going on outside of its perimeters. This is the only strip of land on the entire track, where the drivers can get the attention that their cars need during a race, without having t...

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