I agree on your remarks on Alsace but I enjoy all Tokyo tracks except for Central Loop which is too narrow everywhere. On the East Loop I love the ridiculously long straight and the combination of mid-speed corners on the return foot where it's important to carry as much of your momentum through them as possible. It feels really good when you nail those corners and to see what a huge difference even minor improvements make to your laptime. The same goes for the second half of the South Inner Loop where it's possible to keep doing full throttle in the tunnel towards the hairpin if you get your line just right. I'm always spamming Race A when one of those tracks shows up there, however the major drawback remains that the lack of escape zones often turn these races into penalty fests.