The FIA has confirmed that only one DRS zone will be available for drivers upon Formula 1’s inaugural Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello this weekend.
Mugello is the first new addition to Formula 1’s calendar since Baku in 2016 and was added to the roster amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The circuit, owned by Ferrari, typically hosts MotoGP’s Italian Grand Prix, but has previously held Formula 1 test sessions, most recently in 2012.
The 15-turn circuit features mostly medium- and high-speed corners that work their way through the Tuscan countryside.
As a result the only DRS zone will be located on the main straight, with the detection point at the start of the Bucine curve, and the activation point 290 metres after the corner.
Since the introduction of DRS the FIA has typically implemented two DRS zones at each venue, though has occasionally experimented with three sections.
Monaco, which was not run in 2020 due to coronavirus, usually has just one DRS zone.