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F1 Hardest braking point GP Belgium 2018

After the long summer break the Formula 1 starts again and, as usual, the engines are rekindled at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, venue from 24 to 26 August of the GP Belgium, 13th round of the 2018 World Championship. Immersed in the Ardennes hills, it is unanimously considered the most complete track of the World Championship for the combination of fast corners, blind bends, slope changes and endless straights. Formula 1 is back for the fifty first time but over the years the track has changed a lot: from 2007 it measures 7.004 meters, which makes it the longest in the World Championship. Distinguished by 19 curves, however, only boasts 4 braking characterized by very high energy. The cooling of the braking systems is assured by the presence of fast corners like the Eau Rouge and the Blanchimont where the brakes are not involved in the least. An unknown factor is represented by the weather: last year in the race the air temperature touched 24 degrees while in 2014 it did not exceed 16 degrees. According to Brembo technicians, who have classified the 21 tracks of the World Championship, the Circuit de Spa-Franchorchamps falls into the category of circuits that are not very demanding for the brakes.

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