The displayed time starts to count not in the moment of the start at the start position, as it should be, but some meters later at the invisible start line at the start banner. Thus, the displayed time is not the real race time, because it lacks the start time. Only the total time indicates who reached the finish line first:
Total time = start time (from start position to start line) + displayed time (from start line to finish line)
Decisive for the ranking in the Hall of Fame is the total time. The DAT Analyzer by Oleg M shows it.
The table shows the distance between start position and start line:
The faster you start, the better your start time, the better your total time, the better your ranking.
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