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FIA reveals Red Bull Ring DRS zones

The FIA has confirmed that there will be two DRS zones at the Red Bull Ring this weekend for the Austrian Grand Prix.The detection point of the first zone is 360m before Turn 2, with the activation point 85m after Turn 2. The second detection point is 10m after Turn 8 with the activation point 110m after Turn 9.This being the first Grand Prix at the venue since 2003, the teams are treating it as a new event as data and statistics from 11 years ago are simply not relevant to today's racing. Of the 22 drivers taking part in Sunday's race, only four, Jenson Button, Kimi Raikkonen, Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa have raced on the circuit in F1 cars before, though a number have raced here in...
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