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A drive in the country with Kevin Magnussen

To paraphrase the tagline for Steve McQueen's Le Mans movie, the country is England, the drive is at 200 mph!I've already raced there in three different types of single-seater - once in Formula Renault 2.0, once in British Formula 3, and once in World Series by Renault 3.5 - and I've also tested there in a McLaren F1 car. So I know it pretty well - the old layout as well as the new layout.So here's how I go about turning a quick lap there...Turn One, a fast right-hand bend, sometimes has a bumpy apex, but I'm hoping they'll have ironed that out this year. If they have, it'll be relatively straightforward; if they haven't, it may be a bit tricky.It leads very quickly into Turn Two, a fast...
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