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‘Greatest F1 track’ created featuring iconic parts of Silverstone, Spa & Suzuka



FANS have created the ultimate Formula One track with the help of artificial intelligence.

Sky Sports polled over 4,000 racing fanatics on their favourite twists and turns on the calendar.

It starts at the Circuit of Americas
Drivers then have to deal with the bends of Monza
The luxury of Monaco is also included
The racers go along the Monaco waterfront
Before the terrible rainy conditions at Spa
Baku has also been incorporated

AI has brought the “Greatest F1 track on Earth” to life with realistic images.

The dream circuit incorporates elements from ten different locations, including Monaco, Silverstone and Spa.

Circuit of Americas straight into turn one is at the start of the track before drivers whizz into Italian territory.


The bends of Monza’s Parabolica and Imola’s Acque Minerali come next.

A dash of Monaco glam has also been added via the iconic swimming pool and the Grand Hotel Hairpin.

Spa’s Eau Rouge into Raidillon is followed up by the Kemmel Straight to see cars pick up speed as they approach the narrow castle section at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

AI pokes fun at the British weather with rain pouring down on Silverstone’s part as the Red Arrows fly above.

The 6km track then takes drivers around the Esses of Suzuka and past the ferris wheel that looks over the Japanese track.

A daunting lap around the Brabham and Jones sections of the Melbourne circuit come next before reaching a Brazilian-inspired race to the chequed flag.

Both the Senna S and turn 14 to the finish, as seen at Interlagos, ends the incredible track.

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Elements of The Greatest Track

  • Straight into turn 1 – Circuit of the Americas, United States
  • Parabolica – Monza, Italy
  • Acque Minerali – Imola, Italy
  • Swimming Pool – Monaco
  • Grand Hotel Hairpin – Monaco
  • Eau Rouge into Raidillon – Spa, Belgium
  • Kemmel Straight – Spa, Belgium
  • Castle Section – Baku City Circuit, Azerbaijan
  • Maggots, Becketts, Chapel Curve – Silverstone, United Kingdom
  • Esses – Suzuka, Japan
  • Brabham, Jones – Melbourne, Australia
  • The Senna ‘S’ – Interlagos, Brazil
  • T14 to finish line – Interlagos, Brazil

Italian fans were voted as the best to add their colour and passion to the stands around Mount Fuji in the middle.

It also comes as no surprise to see Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes car that won five consecutive championships from 2010 to 2015 given the honour of navigating the gruelling circuit.

Former F1 champion Jenson Button loves the dream track, saying: “The best things about F1 are the passionate fans, the
variety of circuits across the globe and the demands each one brings.

“So for Sky Sports to have used AI to design the ultimate track really does get the imagination racing.

“I would have loved the opportunity to compete on this track as it combines many of the things that make F1 the most unique sport in the world – the glamour of Monaco, the speed of Monza and not forgetting the unpredictable weather of Spa.”

The Red Arrows fly above at Silverstone
The iconic Suzuka circuit is also involved
A brief corner in Australia is in the 6km circuit
It is past the Senna S and to the finish line
Lewis Hamilton was voted as the driver to take on the track

Source: The Sun


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