Australia has a race in the park in truly laid back Australian style. The only more Australian way to do it would be to hold the race at the beach or in a pub.
Suzuka is technical, distinct, fast and full of crazy Japanese people, just like Japan. As a side note Fuji is none of these things so I'm glad we are staying the hell away from there for the time being.
Hockenheim used to be very German. It was all about whose engine worked the best. Never mind this damn steering input nonsense lets just see how fast they can go. The old Avus circuit took this even further to the extreme.
The Bahrain track is forgettable just like the country. Honestly, who knew where this country was before the race started.
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is always fun, fast, and unpredictable just like the city where I live.
Spa-Francorchamps is lonely out there in the forest and often forgotten by Bernie just like the rest of us often forget that the country is there.
Interlagos is different, bumpy, and a great party to close the season just like the carnival country it sits in.
Monza was built for crazy Italians in crazy Italian sports cars to live crazy Italian lives.
Monaco is a seaside, casino side, concrete side race through a ton of money.
France never works.
Races in the USA never work because they get tacked on to great racing tradition like the piece of poop that was held in Indianapolis or tacked on to a marketing scheme like the race at Ceasurs Palace. But Americans never catch on because Americans don't care about what is happening in the rest of the world. They are perfectly content with their own racing, their own football, baseball, and basketball to be bothered with anything else. As long as they get their oil Americans don't pay much attention to the rest of the world.
You might notice that I haven't mentioned any Tilke tracks except Bahrain for being crap. This is because tracks that TIlke makes don't say anything about the country they are in. The Chinese track might be in the form of a lucky dog turd symbol but nothing about the atmosphere, the setting, or the track says anything about China. The opposite in fact because China is the most populous country in the world and yet the stands are always empty.