Set in a natural bowl, the Indy circuit has a sort of rhythm to it that no other circuit can match. It's probably the undulating nature of the circuit, plus the fact that when you're moving it is unlikely that you will need a gear other than third or fourth. Paddock is well documented but at the other side of the Indy circuit Surtees, leading into Clearways, is a bit of an exciting left-hander that also requires a bit of kerb hopping. Clearways is crucial for carrying speed onto the Brabham Straight which in turn could lead to you being first into Paddock. Paddock Hill Bend is probably the mightiest corner in UK motorsport. With a virtually blind approach, turning into Paddock is like dropping off the edge of the world. The corner drops away to the inside and the compression at the bottom of the hill is enough to push your suspension onto the bump stops. Epic!