Alan is driving from the bonnet/hood cam perspective and is still very much learning the circuit. We noticed the AI was very quick at the new track except in the very tight hairpin where they seem to slow just a tad too much and even manage to clip the barriers on more than one occasion.
Being a street track, Macau has the usual narrow sections and you are of course never far away from binning your car into a crash barrier so you need to have your wits about you. When learning tracks such as Macau it's really best to start slow and gradually increase your speed otherwise you'll find you'll be crashing into barriers a lot which can make for some very frustrating times.
The Macau Circuit remains largely unchanged in its 60-year history, the 6.2 km track features many challenging turns coupled with big changes in altitude making it one of the more challenging circuits in the world. Take a look at Macau in action below.
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