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The '''[[Wikipedia:Race track|Race Track]]''' is where the characters exercise on occasion. In [[Homestar Ruiner]], the First Triannual Race to the End of the Race is held there, as well as the Halfathalon in [[8-Bit is Enough]]. There is also a "Million Yard Dash" that is held here, as mentioned by [[Strong Bad]] in [[disconnected]]. It is located in [[The Field]], and next to [[Coach Z's Locker Room]]. The track's number of lanes varies. While most often there are 3 lanes visible marked 5-7 (seen in [[autobiography]], [[disconnected]], [[montage]], and [[Coach Z's 110%]]) in [[mile]] there were 4 lanes marked 1-4; in [[The Li'l Brudder Show]] there are 4 unmarked lanes; and in Homestar Ruiner there are 7 unmarked lanes visible, while eight is standard. In mile and Homestar Ruiner, there were stadium stands on the side of the track.
The '''[[Wikipedia:Race track|Race Track]]''' is where the characters exercise on occasion. In [[Homestar Ruiner]], the First Triannual Race to the End of the Race is held there, as well as the Halfathalon in [[8-Bit is Enough]]. There is also a "Million Yard Dash" that is held here, as mentioned by [[Strong Bad]] in [[disconnected]]. It is located in [[The Field]], and next to [[Coach Z's Locker Room]]. The track's number of lanes varies. While most often there are 3 lanes visible marked 5-7 (seen in [[autobiography]], [[disconnected]], [[montage]], and [[Coach Z's 110%]]) in [[mile]] there were 4 lanes marked 1-4; in [[The Li'l Brudder Show]] there are 4 unmarked lanes; and in Homestar Ruiner there are 7 unmarked lanes visible, while eight is standard. In mile and Homestar Ruiner, there were stadium stands on the side of the track.

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