The FIA has confirmed that the inaugural Indian Grand Prix this weekend will feature a double DRS zone, as was the case in a number of events earlier in the year.

The races in Canada, Valencia and Italy all featured two DRS zones, with India being similar to Monza in that the two DRS zones will feature separate detection points.

The detection point for the first zone will come just after the penultimate corner at turn 15 with the activation point coming shortly after the driver enter the start/finish straight.

The detection point for the second zone will then come just before the entry to turn three, with the activation point coming on the long back straight before the drivers head into the slow right-hander at turn four.

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