There are many corners that have gone down in Formula 1's folklore with significant adjectives attached: 'famous', 'fabulous', 'fearsome'. Few come from the modern additions to the ever-expanding calendar.
For Eau Rouge, Peraltada or Parabolica you can add 'evocative' to the descriptive cliche list. But that's only because they have proper names, something seemingly eschewed in current track construction.
Now, though, F1 is heading to another distantly familiar venue, which has a corner that has gained all the right adjectives despite its utterly uninspiring name.