Double DRS zone for Hungary

Wednesday 24th July 2013

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Double DRS zone for Hungary

Double DRS zone for Hungary

In an attempt to boost overtaking, the FIA has introduced two DRS zones for this year's Hungarian Grand Prix.

Due to a lack of long straights, the Hungaroring has featured only one zone over the past two years but it will have an extra one this year.

There will once again be only a single detection point positioned at Turn 13 with the first activation point after Turn 14, which is just before the start-finish straight.

This year drivers will also be able to activate DRS at the exit of Turn 1, which should increase their chances of passing in the notoriously difficult overtaking area in Turn 2.

Gallery: Race Day In Hungary

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