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Changing the layout of section before the turn 11 should be the key to solve this problem... Try to sneak in another right hander before turn11 so the tyre can spend little bit more time on right shoulder before entering the cambered waterfall corner... So if this happens then the iconic corner will remain as it is and riders can go through that feeling safe without the need to dropping their pace...
Asymmetric tyres are likely to upset the front end feeling under brakes in first two right handers, specially the second right hander...