Formula 1 governing body FIA has decided DRS (Drag Reduction System) zone for this weekend’s Hungarian GP will be on the main start-finish straight.
DRS zone will start 70 metres following the apex of the last curve, with the detection point being just ahead of the entry to the last turn. Hungarian GP has usually been a tricky spot to overtake at, with the downhill right-handed first turn remaining the most common location for passes, despite a track revamp a few years ago to try and produce more opportunities elsewhere on the lap.
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