lane means lane and line means line
There is a significant amount of difference that can determine a race. There is about 50 meters difference if you run a lap on the inside, and one on the outside. This is why for distance runners they yearn to get the first lane.
Using a 1.25m lane width, the difference is 54.97mHandy calculator...http://www.csgnetwork.com/disttracklanecalc.html
If you measure the absolute lengths, the further our the lane is, the longer it is, because the corners have a bigger radius. This is why events such as the 200/400m have staggered starts, as it compensates for the difference in length of the lanes. The other difference is that some people "feel" better in a certain lane, but this seems to happen for no apparent reason.
The difference between a road lane and a line is the direction of travel on the roadway. In a road lane situation, there are usually two lanes divided by a white dotted line, traveling in the same direction. If there is a center line, (yellow solid or yellow dotted) the direction of travel is one lane each way.
If you run in lane 6 you are running further than someone in lane 1 because it is on the outside. The further out you run the longer the distance your doing
Need more details in order to make an assessment of this. If a vehicle in one lane made contact with a vehicle in the other lane, then one of those vehicles obviously left their lane. Which one it was will make a significant difference here.Also: Were you trying to pass the semi on the right?
It would be the same because they line you up further ahead the more outside you get in the starting line to make up for the difference.
the fast lane is the outside lane
i don't know can somebody explain me please
the fast lane
The right lane is the lane to always drive in. The left lane is to be used for a passing lane.