The FIA has confirmed that a second DRS zone will be added for this weekend’s Korean Grand Prix at Yeongyam, continuing with the governing body’s tradition for the 2013 season.
As was the case with last year’s Grand Prix, the circuit’s back straight between Turns 2 and 3 will feature a DRS zone, with its detection point coming shortly after the exit of Turn 2.
A second DRS zone has been added along the start/finish straight, with it detection zone placed at Turn 15.
Following further recommendations from the FIA, event organisers have performed minor circuit modifications to the remote circuit, replacing kerbing exit grass at certain corners with a stronger material to prevent previous incidents of the astroturf coming loose.
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