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Named quite simply after the Pacific Ocean, Pacific is a nice mix of corners. This circuit is both a dream to drive, and awesome to watch. My personal favourite part of the circuit is Arthor and the fast corners which follow it.

As you speed down the pit straight, you have a feeling as if you driving down the Albert Park's pit straight. Braking is crucial, but easy to remember, "under the bridge". Roger is a 90 degree corner immediately followed by a quick left hander. Very similar to Albert Park once again.

As you make your way down to Arthor, the track falls over 10 metres. Arthor is a slow right hairpin, which is once again immediately followed by a left hander. The line throught this section is important, to get the most speed throught these tricky twisty bits. David is a popular overtaking spot for the very keen, because if you can stay on the outside, you have a great line through Fred. David and Fred is home to the most elevational changes in a short distance at Pacific. This would be a great section to watch on TV.

Next is a medium straight going up to Douglas. Overtaking does occur at Douglas, but it is quite rare due to the short distance the cars travel from Fred, but the exit from Douglas is important, as it leads to the the second most longest straight at Pacific. The run from Douglas to Jacob is a gradual uphill one. Jacob is a sharp left hander, which is followed by Stanley, a close to full-throttle corner (due to all the speed you lost at Jacob). The final corner is Donald. A rather simple right hander, something which can be compared with Quarry at Bathurst or Turn One at the A1-Ring (both without the huge elevation change though).

This has become one of my favourite circuits. I'm quite proud of it.

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