Two DRS zones for 2014 Hungarian Grand PrixPosted On 23 Jul 2014By : thisisf1Comment: 0020
The Hungaroring is one of the slowest circuits on the 2014 Formula One calendar, second only to Monaco. Short and with little in the way of straights, most of the layout is taken up by corners.
Also overtaking chances difficult and impossible there; this often forces drivers into unorthodox passes outside the DRS zones.
There will be two DRS zones sharing a detection point 5m before Turn 14. Activation points are 130m after the apex of Turn 14 and 6m after the apex of Turn One.
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