Camber refers to the fall from the outside of the track to the inside through the corner. Camber is a factor that assists the cars to maximise corner speed. The more camber the higher the speed. An enhanced example is an oval racetrack as used in Indycar or Nascar.

The opposite of Camber is off-camber where the track falls in the opposite direction, providing additional challenges for the drivers.

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