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The Chellaston Grand Prix is next Saturday. It got me thinking (dangerous that). What is the starting order?. In the real thing 1 and 2 are next two each other. Typically on my tracks the inner lane is very slightly faster. The cars are near identical and we most certainly won't be doing lane variations. The whole point for me is longer races 100 laps is good with at least 1 pit stop so lots of races is a no-no. So what is best? First and second behing each other on the "fast" lane then third at the front on the "slow" and fourth behind third? Should the best drivers be allowed to be at the back so they can avoid the first corner canage (in digital the carnage often happens before the first coner ).