Drag Reduction System concept has been set up to make races more progress by create effortless overtaking. DRS will be permitted to be used at any time in practice and Qualification but carry on safety intimidation in mind it will bounded with FIA rules and regulations when it comes to actual race day.
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Last year in Australian GP, DRS use only in pit straight, but this year it will be in action at another point on the circuit as well.
“Historically overtaking has been difficult in Melbourne, but this time there will be two DRS zones,” Sauber’s head of track engineering Giampaolo Dall’Ara revealed.
Jenson Button added: “I think the potential of a second DRS zone will be a real benefit – last year, along the startline wasn’t quite enough for overtaking – I think we’ll get more benefit from a second zone.”
FIA has yet to publish details about the two DRS zones in Melbourne but potential locations for the second zone would be between turns two and three or between turns 12 and 13.
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