The Nicholas Cage of games! Oh god, not the beeeeeesssss!
It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.
I just wanted to say, after playing the game a bunch more since its release, that I recommend adding the rule that chariots that have stopped on a pit stop are placed on the outside of the track just like a chariot that has crashed. This way they can't interact with other chariots while stopped. Then, at the start of the player's next turn, return them to the track so that they can proceed as normal. This way, the act of stopping on a pit stop doesn't have weird and unintended effects on the rest of the race.
I'll see about getting it added to the rules officially in the next few weeks, but for now, as the designer, this is a change that I strongly recommend to increase your enjoyment of the game.
Fantasy Flight Games
Thee Insidius Doktor Glaze & His Sidekick Donut Boy with the Amazing Monkeytime Dancers Ooh!
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Thanks for keeping your eyes on BGG Kevin!
We played a game this weekend and loved it, and the only gripe was one player who complained about this very issue. Great to see that you are willing to make the change official!