Charlies 1 and 2 are a brilliant challenge. Blind on entry, you use the gradient to slow the car and make it point.
Cadwell Park is one of Britain's oldest circuits, dating back to 1934 when a farmer by the name of Wilkinson laid down a three-quarter mile chalk trac... Read More
Eau Rouge is the corner most people know at Spa, but Raidillon which immediately follows, is the real challenge
Spa-Francorchamps which lies in Belgium's Ardennes forest just over the hills from The Nurburgring, is an absolute favourite with racers the world ove... Read More
What you can't see on a track is always more exciting...
Craner Curves - Donington Park Donington Park is the only circuit in the UK which existed before the second world war and is still operational today,... Read More
Seven apices, nearly all of them hidden on approach...
Le Mans - Porsche Curves and Maison Blanche In 1984, I was offered a drive in a Group C2 car at the Le Mans 24 hours. The day job was on a weekly mot... Read More
One of the country's more intimidating corners, it looks easy from the grandstand opposite, less so from the cockpit of a car.
Paddock Hill Bend, Brands Hatch Indy Circuit There's no doubt that Brands Hatch Indy is a great place to drive and it’s a great place fo... Read More
Maggots, Becketts and Chapel.
The sequence on Silverstone's Grand Prix track which is Maggotts, Becketts and Chapel has always been exciting because like much of the rest of Silver... Read More