I think Silverstone might be the sort of track that you're looking for. They hit approx 300kph 5 times in the lap and have a number of high speed, high-g corners (Copse: 287kph/5g; The Becketts complex: 1.5g, -3.7g, 5g, -3.9g all whilst cornering at between 297kph and 211kph; Stowe: 200kph/2.9g; Club: 226kph/3.2g; Abbey (no idea but it's 250kph+ and probably 3g+)).
It's a high downforce circuit if ever there was one - you don't take a corner at 250kph and 5g without a lot of downforce. Monaco isn't a high downforce circuit because, although they put a lot of wing on the cars, they never go that quickly so the downforce figures aren't huge.
Thanks ! ....... the diagram of Silverstone shows 287 kph 5g lateral for Copse
Yesterday's story on the home page titled 'Renault Sport ............ gives 260 kph 3.5g for Copse
I have doubts about 5g lateral as tabulated on the Silverstone diagram (why does the Danner sidebar say 5g compression?)
or 5g lateral might be shorthand for, say, 4.5g centripetal acceleration component (towards the centre of turn), simultaneous with a longitudinal accaleration component (combination of 'tyre cornering resistance',trail braking,engine thrust,aero drag ) of say 2.15g
(making 5g resultant)
there would be an aero 'side force' contributing to centripetal acceleration ?
or did the 5g actually come under braking ? (5g braking coincident with gradient change= 5g compression)
presumably these readings are corrected for body roll/pitch ?
real 5g centripetally sounds a bit high ?
any takers ?? ......... thanks in advance !!