Single DRS zone for the Brazilian Grand Prix
|By Pablo Elizalde
||Wednesday, November 23rd 2011, 17:55 GMT
The FIA has announced there will be a single DRS zone in the final race of the season in Brazil.
The single detection zone will be placed mid-Turn 2, with the activation zone some 70 metres after Turn 3.
The DRS zone will be about 600 metres long, which the FIA believes will be enough to make overtaking possible but not too easy.
"There will be one DRS zone on the back straight," said the FIA's Charlie Whiting. "We think this will be enough, as the main straight usually gives a good enough opportunity to overtake anyway, so we don't want to make it too easy."