Another week, another dreadful track. Hella 1 lined and narrow, making racing sketchy as could be.
Why is the outside rut the same size as the inside if not smaller? You have to have advantages and disadvantages for every line and that outside has no advantage. Other than first lap when everyone is piled up because the inside is the main line.
This gif is for the scale reference.
I get it, you're trying to slow the pace down but there has to be a better way.Let's take a look at our options.
Red: Lose how many seconds and potentially cause carnage. (remember this example is for passing you already lost the drive to the guy inside)
Green: The most useless line because it sets you up to slam into the inside so you're losing time having to walk your way through it.
Teal: Wouldn't be such a bad line but the ruts are so mellow and sharp which makes it harder to get a good drive up the hill and the door is opened to get cutoff/cleaned from the inside.
Blue: Main line that sets you up perectly for the inside, only disadvantage is that it cuts across all the other ones lines making racing terrible for people trying to make the pass.
This is just my irrelevant opinion because I'm a spoiled American who wants a highway but feel free to debate.