check it out on google images
its 3/4 of the track, a lot of tracks have numbers at the end of the first bend starting from the finish line. jus go to the finish line and look left, if you walk straight to the other side of the track youll be at the 300start
A cubic meter is a cubic meter and that is world standard. There are no non-normal cubic meters or normal cubic meters. Scroll down to related links and look at "Conversions of volume and capacity units".
The Indy 500 track looks like an oval.
A meter looks like a yard, if you're not looking too closely.The meter is only about 9.4% (or 3.4 inches) longer than the yard.
It basically looks like a Nascar track but red and has small running lanes.
There are 1,000 meters in 1 kilograme, so to convert 10 kilograms to meters, you will need to take how many kilograms you have, which is 10, times meter per kilograms, which is 1,000 which will look like 10 x 1,000 which equals 10,000 meters
1.3 feet is ~0.4 meters.
one meter is like the size of your computer or the size of your printer well it depends
A stop sing
It basically looks like 5-8 people, each in a separate lane, with 4-5 meters between each starting line.