Usually parallel to the track's frontstretch, a separate road where cars go when they need gas, tires, or repairs.
The area where pit crews service the cars. Generally located along the front straightaway, but because of space limitations, some racetracks sport pit roads on the front and back straightaways.
The paved roadway that leads into the pit area.
The area where cars come in for fuel, tires, adjustments, and repairs during on-track sessions. The name originated from early race tracks, where the mechanics actually stood in a shallow pit where they could duck if an out-of-control car came their way. Today, mechanics are protected by concrete walls and the lane is segregated from the actual racing surface.
The paved road leading across the apron from the racetrack leading to each teamâ€(tm)s pit area where they can service their cars during a race.