Track BoundariesThis version of this document will not be updated effective 8/6/2015. The new version can be found in the SNAIL policy and guidelines thread. This post will serve as a supplement to section 15 of the OLR which will be updated and simplified, but not have it's meaning changed, in the near future. Until such time that section 15 is fully updated, this post will serve as the track boundary rules. The white line at the track edge is the track boundary unless there is a red/white striped rumble strip present or the section of track is listed here as an exception to this rule. Exceptions by track: Apricot Hill (forward and reverse) - The yellow line at the track edge in the area of pit entrance and exit serves the same purpose as the white line on the rest of the track. Ascari Full Track- As there are not proper painted rumble strips at this track, the white line is the track boundary everywhere except the two chicanes with large paved areas on the inside of the turns. At those chicanes, no tire must make contact with the grass/dirt area. Doing so is considered cutting the track and is subject to penalty. A full description with photos can be found here. Autodromo Nazionale Monza - The white line on the inside of the front straight. Autodromo Nazionale Monza (80s) - The white line on the inside of the front straight Autumn Ring (reverse) - Rumble strips at this track are blue/white and are treated the same as red/white rumble strips. Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit '80s - No exceptions. Cape Ring (inside) - The broken white lines at pit entry and pit exit are to be treated the same as a solid white line and is the edge of the track. Any solid white lines that extend into the racing surface and are used to mark the course at points on the track where another configuration would join the track are to be ignored. Circuit de Spa Francorchamps - The white lines that mark the pit exit lane may be crossed without penalty. Cote 'd Azur - No exceptions. Daytona Road Course - Red/white rumble strips are replaced by solid yellow rumble strips. No other exceptions on the infield portion of the track. The yellow line is the track boundary on the oval portion of the course at all times. Deep Forest Raceway - No exceptions. Grand Valley East (forward) - The white line on the front straight from the beginning of the pit wall to the end of the pit wall. Grand Valley Speedway (forward)- The white line on the front straight from the beginning of the pit wall to the end of the pit wall. The white line between the tunnels just before the bridge. High Speed Ring (reverse) - The stone areas just beyond the white line are to be treated the same as any red/white rumble strip. Any paved area beyond the stone work is not considered part of the rumble strip. La Sarthe (2013) - Blue/Yellow rumble strips are to be treated the same as Red/White. Broken white lines at the track edge are to be treated as the track boundary. This includes the Mulsanne straight. You must have two wheels inside the broken white lines that mark the edge of the road. Midfield Raceway - No exceptions. Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit - No exceptions. Nurburgring GP/F - No exceptions. Red Bull Ring - No exceptions. Silverstone National - The white line that crosses the track just before the "back straight" is to be ignored. As always, cones, pilons, and brake markers are not to be contacted. Silverstone Stowe Circuit- No exceptions. Special Stage Route 5 (forward and reverse) - All painted lines are to be ignored. Red/white rumble strips where present are treated the same as everywhere else. Suzuka Circuit 2014 - The white line that extends from pit exit down the middle of the track is not a boundary line. Pylons at the final chicane are not to be contacted even if your car is in bounds. Tokyo R246 (forward)- All painted lines are to be ignored. Red/white rumble strips where present are treated the same as everywhere else. Trial Mountain Circuit (Forward) - The white line on the straight before the final chicane all the way through pit exit. The yellow striped areas just before and after the tunnel straight are considered in bounds. Tsukuba Circuit - No exceptions. Note: on exit of the final turn there is a double rumble strip. The full width of these strips is considered to be track. The paved area outside of them and the paved area after the outside strip ends is not considered track. Willow Springs International Raceway (Big Willow) - No exceptions. Willow Springs International Raceway (Streets of Willow) - No exceptions. As always, cones are not to be contacted. I will be adding tracks to this list as we use them on Sunday night and as I have time to go through them.