Originally Posted by kevin_stevens
Oh, I'm not a huge *fan* of big track (my big problem is that I don't really have enough experience setting braking points at 160mph, and screwing that up can end up badly). But I think it's nice for a beginner - you only have 7 turns to remember (turn 7 doesn't count for bikes, and counting 8-9 as one) - and there's time to BREATHE and think about what's coming up next, run through a mental checklist, etc.
Because of the potential for high speeds I think of it as an intimidating track. But you are right, it is a more "simple" track.
Hell I have done about a dozen trackdays and I am still intimidated by that track!
Only ever been on that track in a car.