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October 11th, 2010

At the 49th lap of the F1 Japanese GP 2010, Nico Rosberg (GER) lost control at the 6th corner and crashed to the wall. Right in front of me. If you have 'ears,' you should be able to hear an irregular engine sound behind other cars' noises. I recommend you download and listen to it with your nice headphones. At the end of the sound clip, a woman said, "I've witnessed it." in Japanese. Audio-Technica AT9943 and Sony PCM-M10.

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    Heigh-hoo 4 years, 2 months ago

    Yeah, we call the 6th corner 'Gyaku-Bank,' which means a corner banked in the opposite way. I mean, the inside is higher than outside. Only the best adjusted cars can go through it fast. It's indeed flat, but many drivers feel it 'gyaku-bank.' Actually, incompetent cars are forced to 'dance' there. The most difficult corner of the track.

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    rfhache 4 years, 2 months ago

    GyakuBank corner...?
    the TV showed liittle about...but this help me understand better the situation.

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00:25:694
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44100.0 Hz
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