Amsterdam Flower Field, Nederland, Europe
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Amsterdam Flower Field Cornering Guide
|Amsterdam Flower Field 1 Sector 1 – 1340m|
|1. Turn 1 has a big radius, so grip through it. Once out of the turn, try to keep to the left.|
2. Turn 2 has a very big radius that requires gripping to clear. Go easy on the steering or you could end up understeering. Steer right at the barrier with the white logo, and go easy on the throttle or decelerate if you have to at the apex.
3. Turn 3 is sharp and you will be coming in at high speed. When you reach the corner at the flower field. keep to the right and decelerate hard, then drift to clear Turn 3. Going too fast could lead to understeering and crashing into the barrier, or driving out of the track onto bumpy grounds.
4. When you approach the grasses, drift to clear Turn 4. Avoid going on the grasses and skidding out of control.
|Amsterdam Flower Field Sector 3 – 1439m|
|12. Decelerate at the small slope before the turn, drift close to the apex when you reach the water-filled barrier on the left to clear Turn 12. Keep to the right once out.|
13. Once you have passed the iron plank on the bridge, drift close to the apex to clear Turn 13.
14. Slightly adjust your direction, maintain speed and grip through Turn 14.
15. When you have reached the top of the slope, drift to clear Turn 15. Slightly slow down before drifting to have better control and avoid being lifted in the air.
16. Keep to the right, and use a high speed, large turning radius drift to clear Turn 16 before reaching the water-filled barrier.
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