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Double DRS zones for 2013 Korean GP

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Double DRS zones for 2013 Korean GPFormula One governing body FIA decide to add another DRS zone. The first DRS detection point of the first is 70m after Turn 2, with activation 360m after Turn 2. Following a trend set all through the 2013 season. Turn 18 is a fast left-hand kink that leads cars on to the pit straight and the second DRS zone on the circuit.

Korea also carried out various track modifications. The pit exit has been re-aligned. It now runs through the middle of the run-off area at Turn 1. The kerbs at the apexes of the pit exit are double-sided, 2x500mm wide and four metres in overall length with a maximum height of 25mm.

The artificial grass on the exit of Turns 1, 3, 10, 13 and 15 has been replaced by a more hard-wearing product. ’Sausage’ kerbs have been installed at the apex of Turns 4, 5, 9, 11, 13 and 14. The verge behind the kerb at the apex of Turn 8 has been laid with concrete. The entire verge between the track and the asphalt run-off area around the outside of Turn 11 has been laid with asphalt. The verge at the exit of Turn 13 has been extended with asphalt.

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