Tuscany Impulse, Italy, Europe
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Tuscany Impulse Cornering Guide
|Tuscany Impulse Sector 1 – 1413m|
|1. Turn 1 has a big radius, so grip through it. Once out of the turn, try to keep to the left.|
2. Decelerate when you have reached the flag’s shadow, then drift to clear Turn 2.
3. Keep to the left and start drifting as you approach the iron gate. Stay close to the apex and drift fast, then keep to the right to exit Turn 3.
4. Before entering the turn, grip to head for the apex. Go for a large turning radius, small yaw angle and high speed drift to clear Turn 4, which is a U turn. Pay attention to the steering to maintain the drift.
5. Grip through Turn 5 at full throttle, as you exit, keep to the left, grip and exit the shortcut at high speed. You can go somewhat easy on the throttle to avoid hitting the outer barrier.
6. Drift at the third tree before Turn 6 to clear it. Try to go for a large turning radius and small yaw angle to reduce speed loss.
|Tuscany Impulse Sector 3 – 1099|
|14. Drift when you reach the last tree on the right to clear Turn 14. Go for a large turning radius and small yaw angle to reduce speed loss.|
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Known for its beautiful scenery and rich artistic heritage, it is essentially the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Its artistic heritage includes architecture, painting and sculpture, and is collected by many museums, the most famous of which is located in Florence. Uffizi Gallery, Tuscany is also famous for winemaking (eg Chianti), and there are 120 protected areas (nature reserves) in the territory.