The Greatest Race Track Corners In The World, As Chosen By You

We recently asked you what your favourite corner was at any race track in the world. Now, we've taken a look back through your answers, and here are the findings!

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Laguna Seca – The Corkscrew

Suggested by Mowzer
Suggested by Mowzer

“The Corkscrew on Laguna Seca, not that I have been there for real. But in games I love the way you enter, then drop down to the next corner.”

Cadwell Park – The Mountain

Suggested by Dave

“Easy! It’s the Mountain at Cadwell. Because flight.”

The Carousel - Nurburgring

Suggested by ThatBrownCarGuy
Suggested by ThatBrownCarGuy

“It has to be the Carousel because it’s always a treat to watch cars go around bobbing its nuts off.”

Ballagarey – Mountain Course

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As suggested by our very own Neil Winn

As suggested by our very own Neil Winn: “Ballagarey at the Isle of Man TT. Incredibly fast, blind and off camber on the exit.”

Porsche Curves – Circuit de la Sarthe

As suggested by Ali Mahfooz
As suggested by Ali Mahfooz

“Porsche Curves on Circuit De La Sarthe because it’s very hard to master and in an endurance race, racers tend to make mistakes and run off. But these corners are so rewarding once you get them correct!”

Curva Grande – Monza

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As suggested by Misotus

“My favourite is Monza’s second corner, Curva Grande. One of the places where you see how much balls you have… and downforce.”

Paddock Hill Bend – Brands Hatch

As suggested by slevo beavo
As suggested by slevo beavo

“Paddock hill bend, amazing corner to watch and mental to drive….as I found out.”

Last corner – Tsukuba

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As suggested by The Stig's Dominican Cousin

“Last corner of Tsukuba because mad drift.”

Backen - Ring Knutstorp

As suggested by Johan Karlsson
As suggested by Johan Karlsson

“Backen at Ring Knutstorp. Sharply banked corner that feels incredibly fast right after Litokurvan.”

Senna S – Interlagos

As suggested by On the Apex (Image source: Scuderia Ferrari)
As suggested by On the Apex (Image source: Scuderia Ferrari)

“The Senna S at Interlagos, because it was designed by the legend and because it is a technical turn.”

Lisoba – Macau

As suggested by 495QED

“Lisoba on Macau Guia Circuit. Experienced racers like Rob Huff and Edoardo Motara can hold it around the outside to make a spectacular move in this extremely narrow corner.”

Final chicane – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

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As suggested by Justin H

“Wall of Champions (final chicane) in Montreal! So tricky, and still fun to drive.”

Forrest Elbow – Mount Panorama

As suggested by multiple potatos
As suggested by multiple potatos

“Forrest Elbow at Mount Panorama (Bathurst), crazy elevation change and the last corner onto the massive Conrod Straight.”

Fairmont Hairpin – Circuit de Monaco

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As suggested by Marchel Kindangen

“Fairmont Hairpin in Monaco. The slowest corner in the world (I think).”

Turn 8 – Istanbul Park

As suggested by Abdul Ramzan
As suggested by Abdul Ramzan

“Turn 8, Turkey, Istanbul. Those G-forces are mad!”

130R – Suzuka

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As suggested by Mark Charnogorsky

“130R at Suzuka because you have to have some serious balls to keep your foot in the throttle.”

Eau Rouge – Spa

As suggested by Tyler
As suggested by Tyler

“Eau Rouge, it’s a blind flat out corner (if you have the balls) uphill which after that is onto a long straight.”

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