Originally Posted by sam100255
i hate this track because i cant seam to get the hang of it and ive had flu all week so i haven't been practicing but its starting to shift so i will try to be there on sat
Try to flow smoothly through the first sector rather than constantly coming on and off the throttle and brakes. Glide through the corners and carry the speed.
Aim to clear the Degner curves with a good exit up to the hairpin (you can use the kerb on the outside here without an ill effects) Brake progressively for the hairpin and get the nose in early, as you need to straighten up and get the power down ASAP. This is important as you carry the extra speed for a long time until the Spoon curve.
At Spoon leave yourself plenty of space on the outside as you go onto the straight - the kerb on your right will destablize the car and cost you a lot of time if you use it. Get into the throttle as soon as you car and then its down to 130r. Use the boards above the track get a brake marker and again try to carry speed smoothly. Generally you should be picking up the throttle halfway around the corner, if your still off throttle then you have entered the corner too fast. Avoid the grass on the outside as it car launch the car into the air and onto its roof.
For the final chicane you car use a lot of kerb, again use the signs above the track to help you with braking and ensure you leave the corner as fast as possible for a good run to the line.
I have made my setup and got the car pretty much how i want it for this race. A lot will depend on the weather i think as the rear tyres are very sensitive to the heat.