100 Replies to “Racing Games – TOP 9 Most Dangerous Corners”

  1. You are turning too early in t1 and t2 of raidillon, hit the first kerb later at more of an angle and the same goes for the second kerb

  2. Really hate the corkscrew,that bump makes me always brake too early or too late….then the understeer on the exit makes me lose speed for that very fast left corner

  3. Supposedly they're actually flattening out that jump at Schwedenkreutz this year, it'll still be there but not quite as dangerous. Still not sure how I feel about it – on the one hand, that jump made Schwedenkreutz a real unique challenge, but on the other hand, a LOT of people have been hurt irl at that corner.

  4. Dude, your speed through Ascari sucks! In fact, after watching the rest of the video, you're slow through them all.

  5. I, personally brake after first corner in Mulsanne with GT Car.. first i turn and get my nose on the apex then start braking but need to have the steering straight, then for the 2nd corner i let the car rotate and get on the throtle

  6. Mount panarama (bathurst for my aussie blokes) after the drop first coner always pisses me off in holden commodore and ford falcons

  7. Lauda is only for pro drivers as this is a blind corner and this is named after Niki Lauda who died in a crash(credit to GT wikia)
    edit: When did you start playing gran turismo sport

  8. Do you have a ps2 do you have grand turismo 4 go to carear mode do all chalenges in and do the last mission on nurbüring for Gold good luck

  9. Dude… you can go variante ascari easily faster and in 3rd gear. As you could see you didn't even touch the curb on the exit… you can go so much faster

  10. Monza – Yeah it's not hard but can throw you off
    Imola – Dangerous Corner can easily throw you off
    24 Heures Du Mans – Easy Corner IMO
    Bathurst – As an Australian Skyline, The Esses and The Dipper are quite easy to tackle
    Laguna Seca – Can be difficult if you don't understand how you car behaves
    Nordschleife – Tiegarten and Hohenrain Can be obnoxious if your miss a braking point or are to focused in the moment during the straight
    Spa-Francorchamps – Eau Rogue and Raidillon are two of my favourite corners and can only be tackled as shown in the video
    Nordschleife – Flugpatz can be nasty if you gain air but is otherwise rather straight forward
    Nordschleife – Schwedenkreuz, Full bore it, no balls. Hairpin no so much

  11. At the thumbnail (San-Francochamps) I full throttle all the way the whole thing,ESCAPED.with minor scratches and 1st place as a reward

  12. Its incredible how your videos are so great to watch!
    For me, Brands Hatch 1st corner is very difficult. the car loss grip due the height variation and you cannot see the corner.

    Greetings from Brazil!

  13. Just forget all the Nordschleife corners mentioned here, because the entire Nürburgring is difficult.
    So turn the lights off and go home.

  14. I'm always taking risks …not taking any risk …not going fast..

    <<If everything seems under control you are not going fast enough>> M. Andretti

  15. I can do Eau Rouge and Radilon flat out it's easy but stressful since you think that you will go off on exit

  16. On the Flugpatz Niki Lauda F1 champion crashed there horribly and his car went into flames and burnt half of his face. He died this year Rest In Peace Niki

  17. The last corner on laguna is completley blind and if the cones get knocked over god have mercy on your sole you better know that corner well
    I’ve been fucked up so many times on grand turismo 3

  18. I LOVE #6. What's funny is, I often times use the "Fast in, slow out" attacks there (although it isn't really slow" in a race, since the downhill spot is PRIME for it.

  19. Number 5 is the reason why i hate that track in the FC U.S championship in project cars 1, the other two tracks are some of my favorites since most of their corners are nice and fast, but number 5 is such a pain in the ass for me since not only does the track curve inwards which can easily get you a penalty for cutting track but before the corner you can't even see what's up ahead

  20. That eau rogue tho, in f1 games, you wrongly approach it, and usually, if it not penalty, your car will begin to spin out, increasing your chances to retire (btw I'm a pad user, and this usually happens to me)

  21. Really difficult for me the spoon corner in Suzuka, too. It’s really difficult to get the apex in the 2nd corner and have a good exit

  22. I think Maggots and Becketts at Silverstone can be very difficult sometimes. Especially at high speeds like F1

  23. I might be the only one but corners 17 through 20 on Yas Marina Circuit always get me as I end up going to narrow at the entrance but then end up going out to wide when correcting (by the time I’ve done this the next corner is up and I’ve just gone 4 feet off course by this point)

  24. How could you choose from all those difficult corners at the Nordschleife. Tiergarten-Hohenrain, Flugplatz, Schwedenkreuz. Yeah those are hard but pretty much like the entire track. You need to keep your car stable and get the braking right. It is so easy to overestimate the speed at wich you can go through the corners. Always better to break a little more/earlier and keep the car stable on the track. If you lose it once the track is just too narrow. In my opinion Fuchsröhre-Adenauer Forst (the sequenz of compression, braking, fast left turn, shortly push the gas, further braking, right turn, again short acceleration and braking into the narrow part of Adenauer Forst while simultaniously shifting down from 6th gear to 2nd (varies from car to car) is hard to master), Metzgesfeld (is almost the same as Aque Minerali), Breitscheid (if you don't get the braking right on the downhill towards it you most likely hit the wall), Kesselchen-Klostertal (aka Mutkurve has the same difficulties as Schwedenkreuz) and the entire section from Hohe Acht to the Döttinger Höhe (especially at Pflanzgarten 1 the small jump with the fast dubble righthander just behind it) are at least as difficult.

  25. How could you choose from all those difficult corners at the Nordschleife. Tiergarten-Hohenrain, Flugplatz, Schwedenkreuz. Yeah those are hard but pretty much like the entire track. You need to keep your car stable and get the braking right. It is so easy to overestimate the speed at wich you can go through the corners. Always better to break a little more/earlier and keep the car stable on the track. If you lose it once the track is just too narrow. In my opinion Fuchsröhre-Adenauer Forst (the sequenz of compression, braking, fast left turn, shortly push the gas, further braking, right turn, again short acceleration and braking into the narrow part of Adenauer Forst while simultaniously shifting down from 6th gear to 2nd (varies from car to car) is hard to master), Metzgesfeld (is almost the same as Aque Minerali), Breitscheid (if you don't get the braking right on the downhill towards it you most likely hit the wall), Kesselchen-Klostertal (aka Mutkurve has the same difficulties as Schwedenkreuz) and the entire section from Hohe Acht to the Döttinger Höhe (especially at Pflanzgarten 1 the small jump with the fast dubble righthander just behind it) are at least as difficult.

  26. This is bs, circuit track racing ain't hard at all. And if you fail a grip-turn you should pretty much quit racing games immedietly!
    Street tracks and hairpins, S turns are 3 times more dangerous than this bs.

  27. What about Tetre Rouege on Le Mans (prob spelled swrong). It is very difficult to execute it perfectly and even the smallest mistake can launch your car to space (in project cars 2). If you dont do it well, you will not achieve your top speed on the mulsanne straight. Good video though! Just a thought

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