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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apex_(racing)

In motorsport, the racing line or simply "the line" is the optimal path around a race course. In most cases, the line makes use of the entire width of the track to lengthen the radius of a turn: entering at the outside edge, touching the "apex"—a point on the inside edge—then exiting the turn by returning outside.

www.formula1-dictionary.net/cornering_tech.html

Apex The apex is often but not always, the geometric center of the turn. Hitting the apex allows the car to take the straightest line and maintain the highest speed through that specific corner. It is also the tightest part of a corner and the point at which you are closest to the inside of the corner. It's also called the clipping point.

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Determine the apex of the corner. The apex is the point on the corner that the racing line needs to run through for best effect. The apex of a corner is the point in the turn where the corner transitions from forcing the car into the turn to opening out to allow the car to complete the turning motion and resume a straight course.

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Apex (racing), the point a car should touch on the inside of a turn when following a proper line Apex (radio band) , an experimental very high frequency radio broadcasting system APEX system , a system of exposure calculation based on Ev units, or stops

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The racing line is the quickest route to drive any corner – it has three stages, turn in, apex and exit which we’ll examine in detail. This special two part article explains how to recognise the line, and drive any corner like a pro.

Understanding The "Apex" of a Corner: Hooked On Driving shows you how ... when to start the turn and when to hit the gas. Category ... How to Hit an Apex Consistently & Why You ...

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This places the motorcycle closest to the inside of the turn early, and forces a sharper turn near the end of the corner to straighten out. This type of apex will give a rider the lowest exit speed, but this can be dangerous in a blind corner because it can send you into the oncoming lane accidentally.

www.modernskiracing.com/evolutionMSRT.php

Unfortunately, because the pictures of this part of the turn aren’t as ‘exciting’ it’s much more difficult to find examples. However, there was a definite change in technique that accompanied the changes seen in the apex of the turn. Racers like Lasse Kjus started experimenting with how to get off the turning skis onto the new turning skis.

modernracer.com/tips/properapex.html

The late apex, as shown by the yellow line, is a safe method, good for beginner track-drivers but it is not the fastest way through a turn. This technique involves driving past the ideal turn-in point and then making a hard turn into the corner at a relatively slow speed.