1. Spa – the purest curcuit left on the calender, based on what were public roads carved beautifully into the land scape with epic corners and an unmatched flow, brilliant track.
2. Monza – they should really get rid of the first and second chicanes though
3. Silverstone – they keep changing it but somehow they manage to keep the challenge of the curcuit
4. Suzuka – the best purpose built conventional short curcuit (Silverstone was an airfield and Monza an oval originaly) looking at its wiki entry I though this was a brilliant bit of stating the obvious. Someone clearly was having a laugh writing it
“Due to the obvious danger it would present, the track doesn’t actually intersect with itself; instead, the back straight passes over the front section by means of an overpass.”
5. Monaco – I don’t really need an explaination for this one but even the dull races look amazing. I will always remember 2007 being a dull race but simply not getting bored watching the two McLarens racing through the entrance to the swimming pool one after the other. Magic.
No longer on the calender
1. Nordschleife – apparently inspired by the Isle of Man Mountain Curcuit, obviously doesn’t come close to the TT course but it wasn’t a bad effort :p
4. Old Hockenheim