Welcome to another new F1 2021 track guide.
Formula 1 will finally arrive in the Netherlands this weekend and in this track guide
I will explain how you can drive over Zandvoort as quickly as possible in F1 2021.
We arrive at the first corner and brake here around 75 meters.
Actually, you brake right under the F1 2021 billboard hanging in the air.
Don't focus on the shadow on the ground.
Because during a race it often rains at Zandvoort and then this shadow is no longer
visible and your braking point is also gone.
So focus on about 75 yards or the billboard.
We shift back to second gear and then short shift to fourth gear
when we get on the throttle.
Then we go left all the way over the curb to use the entire track.
We steer in at the 50 meter sign and here you don't want to hit the inside of the curb
because then you get a lot of unbalance in the car.
At the exit of the corner you come out on the left and the next corner to the left
soon follows so you try to steer a little bit to the right on the exit, so that
you make the next corner, Hugenholtz corner, a little wider for yourself.
In this corner you can drive many different lines.
Personally, I like to sit a bit wide in the middle of the corner, so that I can
really slingshot myself on the straight and take a lot of speed with it.
Shortshift at the exit of the corner because you have a lot of imbalance here and if you don't
shortshift there is a chance that you will spin.
On the straight you try to cut as much as possible and then we come to the nicest
part of the circuit.
I stay here in seventh gear, because I find Scheivlak easier in sixth
If I only have to switch back once, I make it a little easier for myself.
For Scheivlak brake, switch back and steer slightly after the yellow Pirelli sign on the left.
Then try to take as much speed as possible through the corner and get on your throttle
as early as possible and then hope that you will be fine!
You can reach the curb a little further on the left, but the next corner is approaching
soon, which we are going to prepare.
We brake slightly before the 50 meter sign and then also turn in.
Try not to touch the inside of the curb as it will cause a lot of imbalance.
Coming out of this corner you can end up on the curb but try not to do this too far
because then it is more difficult to brake for the next corner to the right.
Here we brake at around 75 meters and when turning in you try to drive around the curb
on the inside again.
Then shortshift to fourth gear and move the car to the right side of the track
as quickly as possible because the next left turn will follow soon.
We brake a little after the 100 meter sign and then we have a long drive.
Here it is important to be patient and as soon as you can hit the throttle you short shift back
to fourth gear to minimize wheel spin.
Switch on the DRS as quickly as possible on this straight and then after this straight we brake on the left
at the beginning of the curb.
Then the next corner we really go full over the curb.
Really try to cut these off as much as possible without hitting a track limit.
Between the two corners, we briefly accelerate.
Also in this corner, like the Hugenholtz corner, I find it to be a little wide
in the middle of the corner, so that I can slingshot myself again on the straight
Again it is important to shortshift to fourth gear and try to take
as much speed as possible on this straight.
Before the last big braking point of this circuit, we brake a little after the 50 meter sign
and switch back to fourth gear.
After that you don't want to go over the curb on the inside of the corner because this ensures
that you are backwards before you realize it.
So drive around this neatly and then it is now full throttle to the finish.
The last corner, Arie Luyendijk corner, should be taken as short as possible.
Try to keep the car on the inside as much as possible and then we have a lap at Zandvoort
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