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like it or not, this is a signature of tilke-designed tracks. while i admit his tracks did not generate much spectacle due to this kind of layout, the fault also lies in the race machine themselves - especially those which brakes lightning-quick like F1 or have loads of electronics like MotoGP. but now i can say tilke has learned his lesson - just look at Buddh International Circuit and Motorland Aragon, easily racers' and fans' favourite. not easy to ride/drive on the limit, yet very enjoyful.
i just hope this trend will continue. honestly, i don't really care who design the tracks as long as the track produces great racing and tests the racers' limit.