Baiyunshan Forward, China, Asia
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Baiyunshan Forward Cornering Guide
|Baiyunshan Forward Sector 1 – 818m|
|1. From the start, from the solid line and keep to the left. Drift at the first street light on the right to coast through Turn 1.|
2. Keep to the inside of the track. At the second street light, drift through Turn 2.
3. After exiting the corner, point the front of the car at the apex of Turn 3 and grip past it. The apex of Turn 4 is located upslope. Slightly release the throttle and grip through it.
4. Stay in the middle of the track. At the first tree after the last street light, start drifting and clip the apex to go past Turn 5.
|Baiyunshan Forward Sector 3 – 840m|
|8. At the exclamation mark sign, point the front of the car at the tree branch and start drifting after going past the first street light after the exclamation mark sign on the right. Follow the yellow barriers and exit Turn 9.|
9. Keep to the left of the solid line. When passing the yellow speed bump, drifting into the corner and clip the apex to get through Turn 10.
10. Stay in the middle of the two solid lines. Drift at the slow sign and clip the apex to go past Turn 11.
|Baiyunshan Forward Sector 5 – 2546|
|16. Sustain the drift and adjust the car’s direction to enter Turn 17. Clip the apex and drift in the opposite direction when exiting the corner.|
17. Maintain the drift through Turn 18.
18. Enter Turn 19 from the left. Start drifting at the rock on the left and clip the apex of the first corner. After exiting the turn, immediately drift in the opposite direction to get past the second corner.
19. At the speed bump, start drifting through Turn 20.
20. When exiting the corner, point the front of the car at the apex of Turn 21. Drift at the apex and exit the bend
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Baiyun Mountain is a famous mountain located in the southern part of Chinas Guangdong Province. The wide mountain comprises 30 peaks and is a branch of the Jiulian Mountain, the highest peak in Guandong. Baiyun Mountain has long enjoyed a good reputation for its beatuy and was regarded as the “Highlight of Yangcheng” since ancient times. Baiyun Mountain has a subtropical monsoon climate, which makes it warm and humid with intermittent rain and sunshine.