this one It may not look it, but I do believe this is two distinct corners and straightens slightly for a whole 5 metres or so before tightening up again. In my opinion, when it tightens up it's slightly tighter than the corner proceeding it. It's almost completely blind on the inside, and because it is so long it is a pain to navigate and try and stay on the outside line the whole way through - not that that is an excuse not to - particularly if it is treated as one whole corner. My typical approach to it is to finish on the inside right where the little man marker is in the link and then brake (positive throttle and downhill bend has me going faster than I am comfortable for the next part of the bend) and head to the outside to tip in again for the next part. I ride this section of road so infrequently that I've never really had a chance to form a standard line other than what is outlined above. In the car it's more noticeable simply because avaliable space is so limited. The fact that the next part is tighter is very noticable as well. I take the same approach and hit the brakes mid corner just to wash off some speed for the next part. To contrast with the above, going the other direction when riding it's definitely taken as one long corner and is an absolute blast as the view is much more open and the corner opens out progressively through. So I guess my question is from what is observable from the map (or for those who know it intimately), is there a better line to take?