Unveiling the Speed Demons and Hairpin Turns: Discovering the fastest and slowest corners in the exhilarating world of Formula 1!

Unveiling the Speed Demons and Hairpin Turns: Discovering the fastest and slowest corners in the exhilarating world of Formula 1!
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What are the fastest and slowest corners on the F1 calendar?

The 2024 F1 season will feature 24 tracks, including iconic corners like the Loews hairpin in Monaco and the Eau Rouge/Raidillon sequence in Spa. Each track has its own unique layout with corners that are loved or hated by drivers and fans. The slowest corner in F1 is the Loews Hairpin in Monaco, where cars slow down to about 30mph (45kph) to make the full turn. Turn 6, known as the Loews hairpin, was originally named Station Hairpin and later renamed the Fairmont Hairpin after the hotel that stands nearby. The Nouvelle Chicane and Anthony Noghes corners in Monaco are the second slowest in F1 with a top speed of 34mph (55kph). The Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore also has a slow hairpin corner at Turn 13, with a maximum speed of 34mph (55kph). The Miami International Autodrome features another slow hairpin at Turn 17, with a maximum speed of 37mph (60kph).

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