The FIA has elected to stick to just a single DRS zone at Silverstone this weekend, despite evaluating the idea of using two areas ahead of the event.
FIA race director Charlie Whiting said in Valencia that the FIA was looking into the possibility of using a second zone along the old start-finish straight as well as the current one along the Wellington Straight for the British Grand Prix
However, the FIA has confirmed that the DRS zone will start 45 metres after Turn 4, with the detection zone being placed 25 metres before Turn 3.
With the new Silverstone pits being used this year, Whiting has also said that he will look carefully at the pit lane entry - because its layout means it could be quicker to cross the start/finish line coming into the pits than keeping out on the track.
"The new pits are the biggest difference, and the entry and exit bring new challenges," explained Whiting. "The entry is shorter than staying on the circuit, so we will have to ensure that drivers don't use these changes to the pits to their advantage."