Welcome to Stoppard. It is very Imola like, something which I had planned on doing the second I started drawing it.
There are three images of the circuit. The first one shows the track and surrounds in full detail. The second one is a picture of how the street looks like when the track is not in use. The last one is just an easy view of the Grand Prix circuit itself, including corner names.
So lets have a closer look at the circuit.
Pit Straight is quite the fast one. First up we have Carrey Chicane. This chicane is different to other though. Its very fast, and considering the speed you'll already have from the pitstraight, getting it right is essential.
Next up there is just a long winding right hander, which gradually curves in to create another corner, Aniston. We then speed up again until we get Adams Chicane. The apex of the corner is slow, and its about a 100 degree corner, or even more. A medium length right hander follows, which isn't full throttle, but must be taken fast.
The circuit continues until we get to Davidson. This is a 90 degree corner. Then there is a twisty little section which requires a few little kinks of the steering wheel, this could be taken at full throttle.
Next up we have the only real hairpin of the circuit, Iceland. There is lots of runoff area here, but its still a difficult corner to grasp. A short stint to the last two corners of the track, Danny and Arnold.
Danny is a medium speed right hander. Lots of braking is then required at Arnold. It is a 90 degree corner. Arnold must be taken with sleek precision, if your under pressure and you get Arnold wrong, you've lost a place for sure. I'd like to think of this corner similar to the final corner at the A1-Ring.
So thats a lap of Stoppard.