(First of all sorry for maybe putting this thread on wrong forum. It is not all about making tracks but still has something to do with that topic) By special feature I mean a special corner, straight or some other feature of a track which makes the track stand out and unique. Like Laguna seca has the corkscrew, Mosport has the Moss corners, Nordschleife has the caroussels and the length, Spa has Eau Rouge. Or the Circuit de la Sarthe has the long straight or Sebring has the bumpiness. And by greatness I really mean the fun and challenge factors, not the greatness of the sporting event tied to that race track. Do you see that every track needs some kind of special corner or other feature which makes it different? Can a track be a great track without having an individual thing or two to make it memorable? Would Laguna seca be what it is without the corkscrew. Could the corkscrew make an unknown track better? And really should a fictional track have a special corner or straight of some kind to make it stand out from the rest? What do say? Can a race track be a great track just by having a good flow to it without necessarily having any special corner(s) or places?