In the picture, after crossing the VOR fix aircraft does not complete a parallel holding and directly descent on the other side of the racetrack outbound track. In my opinion with Jeppesen General Airway Manual, after crossing the CRL VOR, pilot should fly 1-minute on the inbound course with outbound heading and then turn right to intercept inbound course to VOR. After the completion of this holding, pilot can turn left to fly racetrack on outbound heading, right? It's clear that the descent in the picture makes the job easier, but I don't think this is possible procedurally. Because, according to the point I underlined in the Jeppesen Airway Manual, it is necessary to intercept inbound course first to make a parallel entry to the racetrack descent ? I would be grateful if you could clarify this issue.
Once you have completed the outbound leg, turned right and intercepted the inbound course, your parallel entry is complete. If you cross the fix for the second time you would turn left and hold as published. You are established at that point.
The only thing paragraph "b" is saying is that you need to intercept the inbound course, just as you have drawn it. They don't want you to just make a right turn and proceed direct, you need to get over and track the inbound course.
ADDENDUM (Thanks for the clarification...) Remember, the point of this procedure is not to enter the racetrack holding pattern as expeditiously as possible, it is to reverse course and allow you enough straightaway to intercept and fly the localizer/ILS approach.
If you had been issued holding instructions it would not be a problem to shorten your outbound leg and fly the blue line, (especially presuming the inside racetrack is the holding pattern) but you wouldn't want to do that if you plan to fly the approach.
In fact, paragraph "b" is explicitly telling you NOT to do this! "Shall not return directly to the facility without first intercepting the inbound track" means you need to extend your outbound leg far enough so that when you reverse course you can intercept and fly the inbound course. Your blue line does not do that, it actually "returns directly to the facility" WITHOUT intercepting the inbound track. (well, you might have drawn a tiny little bit of straightaway showing an intercept, but hopefully you get my point...)
Does that help?