(1) Tight steering and a speedy machine are necessary to establish a large lead, because with plenty of hills, switchbacks and hairpin curves on the course, positions can, and often do, trade places quickly.(2) He said I'd need to do a hairpin right turn into the site from the road.(3) There were washouts, hairpin turns, all kinds of logistical problems, food problems, fuel problems, but a great adventure.(4) This elevated view shows a sharp, hairpin turn in a mountain road.(5) At the door, Laura pulls a hairpin out of her hair and sticks it into the lock.(6) Well, remember to do this by night and, of course, your driver needs to be an expert at negotiating hairpin curves.(7) When the race hit the hills, though, those roads - full of hairpin turns like they were - really strung the peloton out up and down the climbs.(8) The impending stretch of road snaked through a vicious course of hairpin turns with a steep hillside on one side and a sharp drop off into rocks, brush and cactus on the other.(9) She has short hair with bangs and a black hairpin always tucking her hair on the left.(10) And the grinding of trucks labouring up the hills, loaded with petrol; firewood; sacks of tea; everything that from outside comes by truck up the hairpin roads.(11) This sharp, right-hand hairpin , which poses a difficult braking manoeuvre as you swing round 180-degrees is taken at 48 km/h in first gear.(12) Spark some interest with an ornate hairpin , barrette or ponytail holder like these 24k gold-dipped pieces.(13) I learn I can take the second bend of the racetrack flat out, banking the bike over as I sweep round then opening the throttle full for the long straight that follows, slowing only for the sharp double hairpin at the end.(14) And as we came down each hairpin to the plain, the hills rose up and turned and sank back again until, as we accelerated away towards the city, they closed behind us, deep blue and purple like a bruise against the black night sky.(15) A 1,000-meter freestyle run will maneuver an underpass, steer through hairpin curves and follow trails and roads.(16) Make a sharp right ( hairpin ) turn onto Sunset Drive and then turn right into the second driveway.