outbrake (third-person singular simple present outbrakes, present participle outbraking, simple past and past participle outbraked)
- (transitive, motor racing) To brake late in order to get an advantage over.
- Westbrook was able to outbrake Bruni's Ferrari entering the first turn of the final lap and hold the lead.
2014, Don Simpson, Too Old for Motor Racing: A Short Story in Case I Didn’t Live Long Enough to Finish Writing a Longer One:
We had to go through it but there was a choice of just where, so I outbraked Tim to get the best line I could, and then I outbraked myself as well.
- (transitive, automotive transportation) From a given speed, to stop in a shorter distance than.