Tuscany Reflection

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Tuscany Reflection, italy Italy, Europe

DifficultyTotal LengthLongest StraightTurns
track difficult 46671m320m24

Tuscany Reflection Cornering Guide

Tuscany Reflection Sector 1 – 1518m
Tuscany Reflection S1
1. Use a routine out-in-out maneuver to clear Turn 1.
2. Turn 2 is a U-turn, so clear it with a single drift. Use the white diagonal lines on the left as a reference for turn entry. Take advantage of the width of the outer diagonal lines area to exit.
3. Mid to high speed drifts are ideal for Turn 3. Start drifting at the feather banner area on the right, and clip the apex with a small angle. 4. Drift from the diagonal lines on the left, then use a high speed out-in-out drift to clear Turn 4.
5. Drift at the water-filled barriers on the right to clear Turn 5. Put more time on the handbrake to further reduce speed, and make full use of the width at the diagonal lines area.
6. Head for the diagonal lines on the left, and use an out-in-out drift at the water-filled barrier to clear Turn 6.
Tuscany Reflection Sector 2 – 1732m
Tuscany Reflection S2
7. Accelerate to clear Turn 7.
8. Enter the turn from the right, then use a out-in-out maneuver to clear Turn 8 at full throttle.
9. As you are approaching the turn at great speed, start decelerating at the water-filled barriers. Turn 9 has a big buffer zone, but the ideal racing line is to stay close to the turn and drift to clear.
10. Enter the turn from the left, start drifting at the water-filled barriers to clear Turn 10.
11. Enter the turn from the right, start drifting at the water-filled barriers to clear Turn 11.
12. Go right at the doorplate for a shortcut. Grip at full throttle to clear the consecutive turns. When exiting, keep to the left, grip and maintain high speed. Go easy on the throttle when needed to avoid bumping into the outer barrier.
Tuscany Reflection Sector 3 – 2027m
Tuscany Reflection S3
13. Keep to the left and drive pass the apex of Turn 13. Before entering the next turn, aim for its apex, and go easy on the throttle to clear it. Approach the last apex at half throttle, and exit at full throttle.
14. There is a shortcut before the turn. Aim for the apex of Turn 14 before you enter and go easy on the throttle to clear it. Then approach the apex of Turn 15 at half throttle, and exit at full throttle.
15. Once out of the tunnel, aim for the apex of Turn 15 and grip to clear.
16. When entering, as you reach the middle of the track, go easy on the throttle and slightly steer left, as you want to maintain speed. Once you have hit the apex, climb upslope at full throttle.
17. Drastically decelerate at the shadow before the turn, then drift to clear Turn 17.
18. Start drifting where the brick and stone barrier on the right breaks off to clear Turn 18. While drifting, go easy on the throttle and short tap the handbrake to hug the turn.
Tuscany Reflection Sector 4 – 1437m
Tuscany Reflection S4
19. Maintain acceleration to clear Turn 19.
20. Go easy on the throttle to clear Turn 20.
21. Stay on the main track, and use the inclination angle to clear Turn 21.
22. Enter the turn from the right, clip the apex to clear Turn 22. Steering gets harder when going upslope, so go easy on the throttle midway into the turn.
23. Keep to the right, Decelerate when passing the grandstand, and drift through Turn 23.
24. Go easy on the throttle, and grip through Turn 24
Tuscany Reflection Elevation Change
Tuscany Reflection Elevation Change

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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.

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