You cannot replicate quality, you can only try to imitate it.
And so, we bring you a list of Formula One’s oldest, greatest corners.
You won’t find any Hermann Tilke circuits on here.
It’s not an intentional shun of F1’s favourite modern designer, merely an indication of how fabulous the sport’s traditional tracks are and the challenges they offer.
Of course, there are those who miss out. Tabac and Ste Devote, not to mention the Loews Hairpin, are Monaco highlights, while cases could be made for Turn 8 at Catalunya (a ridiculously fast and blind 220km/h right-hander, with the apex right on the crest), the Lesmo turns at Monza and the final chicane in Montreal.