There’s a famous pair of corners at Laguna Seca nicknamed “The Corkscrew”. Today, they are turns 8 and 8A. In 1968, before the track was expanded, they were 6 and 6A. Turn 6 is a left-hander at the end of a straight(ish) section of the track that features a blind crest and turn-in. As you enter turn 6 (now 8), the track falls away to the right, unweighting your wheels and inviting you to get the tail out farther than you intended. Then, as the track drops out from under you, turn 6A (now 8A) starts, a right-hander into a short steep downhill section with a nasty decreasing-radius left at the bottom.
The Corkscrew is a great place to take pictures.