inside lane

inside lane

n
(Athletics (Track & Field)) athletics the inside, and therefore the shortest, route around a circular or oval multi-lane running track
Translations

inside lane

n (Brit) → corsia di sinistra (Am) (Europe) → corsia di destra
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They either do not understand that the inside lane is the driving lane and that all others are overtaking lanes, and that once they have overtaken the vehicle ahead of them then they should return to the inside lane, which is not, as sometimes described, the 'slow lane', it is the lane that drivers should use if there are no vehicles ahead.
LESS than a quarter of UK drivers stick to the inside lane of a motorway, it has been revealed.
Researchers analysed more than 70 hours of footage across major UK motorways and found that, on average, just 23 per cent of traffic drives in the inside lane.
The crane suffered a breakdown on the A1 northbound just after the Westerhope exit, blocking the inside lane for more than two hours yesterday morning.
A two-vehicle crash involving a car and a motorbike blocked the inside lane at Wolviston from 6.
The Ranger was travelling in the inside lane when for some reason it appears to have veered across the carriageway and collided with the central reservation and collided with the of the truck.
The inside lane was closed as a precaution and drivers were urged to slow down but the man had left the M8 by the time police arrived.
The car swerved into the inside lane, over the shoulder and cut in front of a vehicle.
So, sometimes one can be in the inside lane by force of circumstances when entering the roundabout, when ideally one should be in the outside lane.
Mile after mile they dawdle on while the inside lane remains clear as far as the eye can see, effectively reducing a three-lane motorway to a dual carriageway.
There seems to be an incredible fear of driving in the inside lane.