The width of a college track will depend on the college. If the college is wealthy it should be between 6 and 8 lanes in width.
188.8.131.52 Tracks and LanesThe infield straight track should have a minimum of 6 but preferably 8 or morelanes separated and bounded on both sides by white lines 0.05m wide. The lanes shallall be 1.22m ± 0.01m wide including the lane line on the right.The oval track should have a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 6 lanes. Thenominal width of the lanes shall be between 0.90m and 1.10m including the lane lineon the right. All lanes shall be of the same width with a tolerance of ± 0.01m to theselected nominal width.
A little more than 400 meters. To be more precise, the line you run around in a track which has an inside lane of 400 metres, and lane width of 1.27 metres including one lane marking, is 407.980 metres.
Approximately 500 yards or 450 meters depending on the width of each lane.
Using a 1.25m lane width, the difference is 54.97mHandy calculator...http://www.csgnetwork.com/disttracklanecalc.html
To find the stagger of a running track you must first have the lane width, if you don't then find it, and after you get the lane width which is approximately 1.22m meters you multiply it by 2 then by Pi, if you don't know what Pi is it's appro. 3.14 or 22 divided 7, so if the lane width was 1.22 i use the formula, (2 x Pi x lane width), 2 multiplied by 1.22 is 2.44 and then multiplied by Pi (3.14) you get 7.66, so each lane is 7.66 Meters ahead of the other :) HOPE THIS HELPED!
The inside lane is called lane one.
It depends on how long the track is, but on the normal 400M track, it takes a little more than four laps to make a mile (1609.344M), in lane 1. If you use the line marked 400M in each lane, then you will also run 400M in that lane, but once you go past the common start/finish line, you are going more than 400M per lap. The distance covered will be different depending upon whether the outside lane is the 4th lane (some practice and MS tracks), the 6th lane (some small HS tracks), the 8th lane (most HS, college and international tracks) or the 9th lane (some elite college and Olympic level international tracks).
An indoor track is set to be 200 meters, or 8 laps for a mile. An outdoor track is set at 400 meters , or 4 laps per mile.
The difference depends on the length of the turns as well as the width of the lanes. A track with 42 inch lanes will be different than a track with 36 in lanes. Also a track with 110 meter turns and 90 meter straights will be different than one with 100 meter turns and straights.
From the staggered start, it is 400 meters around. The stagger is calculated by subtracting the extra distance one goes around a wider diameter. For each lane it is double the lane width (which in the Olympics is 1.22m) times pi. for each additional lane.
Lane College was created in 1882.