One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A wall separating the pit lane from the track on a racing circuit, behind which engineers and officials observe the race and pass on information to their driver or drivers about what is happening.‘he narrowly avoided crashing into the pit wall’
- ‘His car failed and he drove it behind the pit wall and into the garage.’
- ‘From the next race onwards, all camera crews will now be stationed on the pit wall.’
- ‘I'd normally be on the pit wall 45 minutes before the race.’
- ‘That was probably the most hectic race we have had all year and was very difficult to manage from the pit wall.’
- ‘He put a squeeze move in the run to the first corner that almost forced the car into the pit wall.’
- ‘The rear left-quarter panel slammed hard into the edge of the pit-wall opening.’
- ‘The incident was a heart-stopping moment for fans and senior team members watching from the pit wall.’
- ‘His car struck the pit wall, injuring two crew members.’
- ‘He flashes past the pit wall.’
- ‘He had a serious prang when he hit the pit wall at high speed.’
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