Split second track wheel to Spin the wheel, that you can use to pick a random item from the list: downtown central, airport terminal, construction site, ferry wharf, Port bridge, airplane graveyard, dry docks, expressway, power plant, storm drain, canyon, quarry.
A split second track wheel is a type of wheel that is designed specifically for use on a track or racing surface. It is typically made from lightweight, high-strength materials such as aluminum or carbon fiber, and is designed to provide maximum grip and stability while also minimizing weight. The split second part of the name refers to the wheel's ability to provide quick and precise handling, allowing the driver to make split-second decisions and adjustments while navigating the track. These wheels are often used in high-performance vehicles such as race cars, and are designed to withstand the stresses and demands of high-speed track driving.