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fast line
 n.— «Fast line—Quickest route around the oval and could be on the outside or inside of the track depending on conditions. This also is called the “groove” or “sweet spot.”» —“Learning the Lernerville lingo” by Paul Kogut Valley News Dispatch (Tarentum, Pa.) May 14, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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