A "bent straight" is a section of a track that, although not being geometrically straight, require the driver to behave as if he were dealing with a straight section. You do it full throttle with little to no turning on the driving wheel. Among the most known circuits with "bent straights" we can cite Monte Carlo (the main straight, the tunnel), Spa-Francorchamps (the Blanchimont[?]), Albert Park and Monza.

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