Turn 1 is a fantastic vantage point because you’re sitting on top of a hill and can watch the cars coming towards you along the start-finish straight. It’s a good overtaking point and the entry to the corner is blind for the drivers, so there’s bound to be a bit of action.
Turn 1: a steep uphill approach, a blind entry and the need for a good exit make this a very demanding corner.
Turns 3-9: lots of fast changes of direction. Like Becketts at Silverstone, only longer.
Turn 12: the end of the longest straight on the lap, so it’s here that the most overtaking takes place.
Turn 17: it’s like Turn 10 in India. A long double-apex right-hander, through which you can really feel the car working underneath you.