The first part of the track is slower, with the hairpin bends of turn 3 and turn 5, then there is a series of bends between uphill and downhill that lead to the hairpin bend of turn 13, which anticipates the two right-hand bends that lead to the finish line. The chassis and a good compromise between speed and distance will be needed.
According to Brembo technicians, thiscircuit falls into the category ofcircuits that are moderately demanding on brakes. On a scale of 1 to 6 it deserves a difficulty index of 3. The three hardest brakingsections of the track are all inthe first 5 turns, even if at turn 13 the loss of speed, the space and the braking time are greater than at turn 3: however, the deceleration and the pressure of the Brembo braking fluid are lower.
The continuous ups and downs that characterize the track make itdifficult for drivers to calibrate their braking, with theriskof arrivinglongon the downhill or braking too early on the uphill. It is therefore essential to have an excellent brake master cylinder and to adjust it to one's needs.
One particularity of this Grand Prix, which must be taken into account, is thatthe MotoGP will have its race after the Moto3and before the Moto2. Therefore, check the asphalt conditions!