In the round-up: At least three more tracks on the F1 calendar will have their DRS zones changed ahead of this year’s races.
What they’re saying
Following the decision to add a third DRS zone at Albert Park this year FIA race director Charlie Whiting explained which other circuits could see DRS changes:
We can do what we like, within reason. If we think, like in Barcelona last year after the first day of practice, we realised the authority of the DRS wasn’t as great as it had been the previous year so we extended the length of the DRS zone.
We’ll do something in Bahrain, probably in Baku and in Canada. Those are the races we’re thinking about at the moment.
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— Ed Carpenter Racing (@ECRIndy) March 28, 2018
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On this day in F1
- Mika Hakkinen led team mate David Coulthard to victory at Interlagos today in 1998