the inner, or shorter, track of a racecourse.
an advantageous position in a competitive situation.
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Origin of inside track
An Americanism dating back to 1855–60
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British Dictionary definitions for inside track
the inner and therefore shorter side of a racecourse
informal a position of advantagethe local man has the inside track in this contest
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