Hermann Tilke - His finest circuit?

Which circuit designed by Hermann Tilke is your favourite?

Sepang, Malaysia
7
39%
Shanghai International Circuit, China
0
No votes
Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir
1
6%
Marina Bay Circuit, Singapore
0
No votes
Korea International Circuit, Yeongam
0
No votes
Buddh International Circuit, India
0
No votes
Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi
0
No votes
Circuit of the Americas, Texas
6
33%
Istanbul Park Circuit, Turkey
4
22%
Hockenheim Ring, Germany
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 18

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geetface9 wrote:sepang 1st for me with china a close 2nd! both are always very entertaining races and i love driving them on xbox360


I here Perez likes them too - he even wins those races on the Xbox..... unlike Australia..... :D
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Msia leads the poll! :thumbup:

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I think it's between COTA and Istanbul, I opted for COTA!
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I've come to the realization that Tilke tracks are like eating Mexican food, it's pretty much the same four or five main ingredients repeated over and over again in various shapes.

Sochi was a boring circuit visually and not necessarily challenging for drivers other than for the multi-apex turn 3, these circuits are doing more damage to the sport than any other factor. There is little in the way of variety and the only reason for the continued push in that direction is to look for venues willing to pay more and more money for events.

Supply and demand, the more circuits the more they're going to have to fight for and shell out for the limited product.
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