"Turn 1 - Hard on the brakes initially and ease off gently towards the apex. Gently get on the power by the inside kerb.\par Turn 2/3 - Brake smooth and early for this corner. Important to let the car settle before and after the bumps. You can hit kerbs but remember to have small inputs to throttle and brake as you do to help the car even out.\par Turn 4/the esses - If you push to hard on the throttle into the esses, it will be prone to oversteering off as well if you shift the direction of travel to suddenly. Again important to practice throttle control through here. \par Turn 5 - One of those corners that encourages you to push hard, but in return only ends up costing you time. Brake early and focus on being on throttle before you come through the corner, or close to it. Inside kerb should be avoided to make it an easier ride but is not ideal.\par Turn 6 - Trail brake deep into the corner and make sure you set yourself up with a straight braking line for the following turn.\par Turn 7- Rather sacrifice some speed through turn 6 to get a good braking here. No good brake markers but important to be brave and not turn in too early. Focus on smooth acceleration so you get a good exit and maximize top speed.\par Turn 10a/b - Brake hard and trail brake to towards the apex. Stay in third for as long as possible and focus on your trail braking to help point the car as much towards the apex as possible. Not until you are very close to the apex shall you go into second or risk losing grip (due to the inherent nature of the car) and oversteering off. Give up slight apex speed if need be to maximiza exit as you will win/lose time all the way until turn 1. Use as much kerb on the inside as you are comfortable with. The outside kerb on exit of turn 10b is bad for traction. \par Setup notes - Play around with brake bias so you are comfortable using trail braking for turn 1, turn 6 and turn 10a. Change diff a click up if you think it's too understeery on throttle."