The FIA has opted for a short DRS zone at this weekend’s Korean Grand Prix.
Logically, the DRS zone is placed on the circuit’s longest straight, the one-kilometre stretch between Turns 2 and 3, but drivers won’t be able to open their rear wing until halfway down the straight. The detection point is between the first and second corners.
Read on to see the location of the points on the circuit:
[Image via FIA]
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