The FIA has decided on a relatively short DRS zone for the Korean Grand Prix.
However it comes one one of the longest acceleration zones of the year, where drivers are on the throttle for more than a kilometre.
The activation point will be on the straight between turns two and three, but drivers won’t be able to open their rear wings until they are approximately halfway between the two corners.
The detection point is situated at the exit of turn one:
2011 Korean Grand Prix
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