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Awesome circuit and great video. Redgate and hollywood are the best two corners for me.
RedgateThe first corner is tighter than it first appears, turning through more than 90 degrees. The approach requires firm braking as you will be carrying good speed along the start/finish straight and the pitlane exit on the left-hand side can be used as a good guide for your braking point. The turn-in point is late, you begin to turn only just before the track itself curves right and you are aiming for an apex point at least three quarters of the way along the inside kerbing. For front-wheel drive cars it ma help to run along this curb until it ends. There is some run-off at the exit but the grass tends to be very rutted due to the amount of people who misjudge this very technical turn and run out of road…
Hollywood The gentle right-hander that follows Redgate should be used to position the car on the correct part of track for the critical Carner Curves, which follows almost immediately. You should be in the middle of the track here, gradually bringing the car over the right in preparation for the next left.