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Formula One - Guess the Corner

Based on the description of each corner from past and present Formula One circuits, guess the name of the corner
Corner numbers allowed only if the corner is not widely known by another name.
Two of these answers are similar, so you will have to type the full corner name
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Last updated: June 16, 2020
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Description
Corner
The final corner at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Parabolica
The final chicane at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is well known for this wall on the exit of the corner
Wall of Champions
Immediately after Eau Rouge at Spa, you rise up through this kink before heading down the Kemmel Straight
Raidillon
The three main corners of Silverstone's Esses are known by these names
Maggotts
Becketts
Chapel
The third corner at Interlagos, after the "S do Senna" is known by this bright name
Curva do Sol
This infamous quadruple-apex corner at the former Istanbul Park is known only by its number
Turn 8
This fast left-hander at Imola was the site of Piquet's massive crash in 1987
Tamburello
Description
Corner
Fernando Alonso made a daring move around the outside of Michael Schumacher at this Japanese corner in 2005
130R
A stand-out corner on an otherwise dull circuit, this long left at Sochi is known only by a number
Turn 3
A notoriously tight sequence of corners in Baku that caught out both Charles Leclerc and Robert Kubica in 2019
Castle Section
One of Monaco's trickiest corners, a slow, downhill right after Casino Square
Mirabeau Haute
The fast right-hand turn at Paul Ricard at the end of the Mistral Straight
Signes
The slow left at Hockenheim that famously cost Vettel the win in 2018
Sachskurve
Turns 8 and 9 at the Nürburgring are named after this widely successful German racer
Michael Schumacher
The slow sequence of corners at the end of this Mexican track run through this stadium, previously host to baseball games
Foro Sol
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