“It’s heavy braking from high-speed into Copse, and trail-braking is important here. With modern cars trail-braking is important and you can’t be quick without it. But it’s surprising how much you can do in historic cars, not to the same degree due to the grip, but you can do it a lot.
“I’d trail-brake for most of the turns on the track, but at Copse you need to take the braking into the corner as it brings the weight transfer over the front and gives you grip. Copse is blind entry, so you have to turn in slightly earlier and increase that steering until you can see the apex.
“If you overshoot one element of Becketts, you’re out for the rest of it. It’s a fast entry as the first righthander isn’t sharp, you have a brake and hold third gear. You must use the kerb on the left-hand element if not, you’re on the wrong radius.
“The exit of Chapel is important. You want to release the steering lock and go right out to the right-handside, as you have less steering on and can put more throttle on.”