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Hit second gear through the chicane, kiss the final right hand apex and absolutely nail the throttle to the stop in second.
Chicanes at Northop Hall also provoked a protest petition and will be replaced by cushions.
If a little sign at the top of the road was enough, we wouldn't need chicanes.
But after that was turned down, he used the parade lap to try to forge an unofficial agreement for no overtaking at the first two chicanes.
I said last week I'd be amazed if there was not an accident but I was talking about the first chicane, not the second where the big pile-up took place.
It is very rare that there is any on-street parking in Otterburn so no problems with chicanes there - and we assumed the purpose of a chicane was to slow vehicles down.
The chicane at turns 13 and 14 at Montreal's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has caught many a legend unawares as Damon Hill, Jacques Villeneuve, Jenson Button and seven-times winner Michael Schumacher will all testify.
Is it a timely moment for us to suggest, on behalf of long-suffering motorists across North Wales, that road humps and chicanes could be scrapped both as a cost-cutting measure and as an aid to everyone's sanity?
With three chicanes and a hairpin there was not too much room to work with in the two 30-lap races and times were close with Denby Dale racer Tunstall posting 57.
MONZA, scene of this weekend's Italian Grand Prix, has always been known as a power circuit, being made up of a series of fullthrottle blasts interupted by three chicanes and three medium-speed corners.
If you study pictures and footage of Spa there are dozens of cases where cars cut white lines, especially at chicanes.