Virtual racers are well aware that a solid wall that limits the track helps to fit into a turn at full speed. In this way, you can easily get around opponents who have slowed down.
A similar trick was used in real life by a NASCAR driver. Last weekend, Ross Chastain participated in one of the stages of the Xfinity 500 Cup and was able to finish in the top five, having made a tricky maneuver. On the last lap, Chastain accelerated and rolled along the side, which allowed the rider to overtake five rivals at a time.
In an interview, Chastain noted that he played a lot of games as a child. NASCAR 2005 on GameCube, and there a similar technique worked, so he decided to try it in real life. The rider asked the team if it was worth the risk, and they said yes.
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