At Suzuka, the Spoon corner is maybe one of the most difficult to get right. I don't think I've ever had the same line twice in all the races I've run there. Visually, it's a sea of green grass, and the apex is completely hidden until you've already started turning in to the corner, there are no reference points to help you, yet the exit is super critical to carry the speed all the way down the longest straight on the track.
"Memories of a Past Life" are a series of abstracts created by Stefan Johansson. Drawing inspiration from his previous career as a Formula One Racing Driver, each painting is named after a corner or a section at various Grand Prix circuits around the world.
Stefan Johansson spent most of his life racing cars, with a 10 year career in Formula 1, driving for teams such as Ferrari and McLaren and winning the prestigious Le Mans 24 hour race for Porsche. 1986, when his best friend and rival, Elio De Angelis, was killed Stefan decided to pick up a brush and a canvas...