The Beginning of 3 is blind, and then off camber (meaning slopes away from you, so less grip). Pick a brake marker and plan your turn into 3 by looking for the apex curbing (left) as you crest the hill.
3 should feel like a continuous, long turn. Practice shifting your vision early – keep scanning left.
Think of 3 B as a late Apex – let your car rotate so you can have.a better car position for the trackout.
The transition from the 3 B trackout towards 4 should be a smooth weight transfer to the left wheels. You should ease off the throttle and keep your hands moving to get to the apex of 4, then roll back on throttle but expect the car to get lighter as you go downhill.