Sicily Circuit, Italy, Europe
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Sicily Circuit Cornering Guide
|Sicily Circuit Sector 1 – 1188m|
|1. Don’t stay too close to the wall on the left. Follow the track and grip through Turn 1.|
2. Keep to the left. Start steering at the reference point and aim for the tree that sticks out onto the road on the right to get past Turn
3. Stay in the middle of the track and navigate through successive fake turns.
4. At the turning point of the last left corner of the fake turn, aim for the wall behind the entrance of the tunnel and steer through Turn 4. Keep to the left of the track.
5. When you can see roughly half the tunnel exit, aim for the wall on the right and drift through Turn 5.
|Sicily Circuit Sector 3 – 966m|
|10. Drift at the reference point and clip the apex to get through Turn 10. There is a yellow post box at the apex.|
11. Turn 11 is a hairpin turn. Reduce speed and drift through it.
12. Drift past Turn 12. Watch out for the sand on the right as it may cause the car to go out of control.
13. Follow the track and steer past Turn
|Sicily Circuit Sector 5 – 1028m|
|16. Turn 18 and 19 form an S curve that goes upslope. Keep to the right. After passing the tall trees on the right, head for the turning point and steer left. Follow the corner closely until the next turning point. From the turning point, go straight towards the next turning point. Turn 19 is upslope, so watch out for understeering. Depending on the performance of the car, navigate through the turn by drifting and adjusting the car’s direction or by gripping. Move to the left and prepare to enter the next corner.|
17. Turn 20 to 22 are two successive sets of S curves. Control the speed and steer at the right time to successfully go through the bends. After passing the second last street light on left, steer towards the turning point. From the turning point, go straight towards the next turning point. Slightly steer left in the middle of Turn 21 and follow a straight path towards the next turning point.
18. Move slowly to the left. Don’t stay too close to the wall on the right. Turn right before the bridge hole to get past Turn 23.
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Sicily, located in southern, Italy, is the largest province in Italy and the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Sicily is vast and fertile, with a warm climate and beautiful scenery. It produces citrus, lemons and olives. Because of its good natural environment for agriculture and forestry, it was called the “Golden Basin” in history.