Once you've left the starting line, the timing system takes over. As you head down the track there are a series of additional photocells and reflectors that your car will pass through (orange boxes shown here). These include the 60-foot time, 330-foot time, 1/8-mile speed with 1/8-mile time 66-feet later, 1,000-foot time, and finish line speed also followed by the finish line time 66-feet later. It's important to remember that when you pass the finish line speed photocell that the race is not over yet. The true finish line is 66-feet farther down the track. A lot of first timers slow down in this zone, but it will hurt your time and speed.