I think I understand the lane changing rules.
A) In the curves, you must follow the arrows.
B) On the straightaways, you can’t move out of a lane and then move back into it (except when avoiding cars & debris.)
My question is about entering and exiting curves. I've browsed the posts, this seems to be an area of confusion, and I'm still a little unclear. Here’s how I’ve been playing.
In order to get the optimal position:
1a) My car starts on the inside lane in the straightaway. I roll a 6.
1b) I shift to the outside lane to enter the curve.
1c) In the curve, I follow the arrows, shifting back to an inside lane.
2a) My car starts on the outside lane. I roll a 7.
2b) I follow the arrows to the inside lane and exit the curve.
2c) In the straightaway, I then shift back across the lanes, preparing to enter the next turn.
Does this seem legal? Thanks!
Yes it is legal.
Think of the curve and sraight parts of your move as completely separate in lane changing terms.