The second of the two DRS zones at the Buddh International Circuit will be extended for the Indian Grand Prix.
During the race drivers will be able to open DRS 80 metres earlier than they could last year on the track’s longest straight.
The DRS zone on the start/finish straight will remain unchanged, as will the two detection points at the exit of the penultimate corner and on the approach to turn three.
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