The end of main straight at Aldo Scribante.
At 00:41 seconds into this video at Killarney.
All over the Phakisa road course.
15 seconds into this lap at Zwartkops.
And of course, almost all of the old Kyalami -
That's 5 tracks in one country, not including tracks that don't have onboard videos or aerial shots I could find. Am I being retarded here and I've just never noticed this sort of thing on tracks from other countries before? I've seen a hell of a lot of racing videos and played a hell of a lot of racing games, and the only times I can remember actually seeing these things are on South African tracks. Are they just a helpful reminder towhere the midway distance is in the width of the track? Something one circuit included when it was being built, and then later SA tracks copied it but it never caught on in other places? I vaguely recall that Riverside in the USA might've had something similar, but odd things to put on road circuits I'd think.
Edited by andrew., 29 October 2010 - 13:57.