New for the grandstand area was a large green map with the course outlined in white. It sat atop the grandstand and was used to help observers follow the race. Color-coded cardboard icons of race cars – red for America, blue for France, white for Germany, and yellow for Italy – were moved about on wooden pegs to indicate where cars were on the course. The map was a curiosity in that it was printed backward, as photographic evidence clearly proves. For example, East Norwich, located on the east section of the course, was shown above on the west side of the map.