This weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix will once again have two DRS zones after the FIA decided to “double-up”.
Last year two DRS zone used, but there will be only one activation point – the first zone is 55m before Turn 12 (Casino Straight) and the second is 70m after Turn 14 (Start-Finish Straight).
In this season will be two DRS zones in Canada. They share a single detection point, located 110m after T9. The first activation point is 55m before T12, the second 70m after T14.
2014 CIRCUIT CHANGES
► Asphalt has replaced gravel around the outside of Turns 10 and 13.
► The barrier on the outside of Turn 13 (right of the pit entry), has been moved further back and a new debris fence has been installed.
► New guardrail posts have been added in order to ensure that no spacing is greater than two metres.
► The speed bumps used in 2013 at the exit of Turn Nine and the final chicane will be in place again this year.