A total of three DRS zones will be in place at this weekend's Miami Grand Prix, the FIA have confirmed.
The first detection point has been placed just after Turn 8 of the all-new, 5.412-kilometre Miami International Autodrome, with activation coming between Turns 9 and 11.
The next detection line is at the exit of Turn 16, with activation on the long straight before Turn 17, while the final detection zone sits between Turns 17 and 18, followed by activation along the main straight.
How many other venues have featured three DRS zones?
No other circuit on the F1 calendar has featured more than three DRS zones for a full weekend, those being Sakhir (Bahrain), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), the Red Bull Ring (Austria), the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (Mexico) and Albert Park (Australia).
Albert Park had looked set the break that record in 2022, with four DRS zones initially being set out, only for this to be scaled back to three following practice.
F1 Podcast: Are Red Bull now favourites and has Hamilton hit a new low?
RacingNews365.com F1 journalists Dieter Rencken, Mike Seymour and Thomas Maher look back over the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, where Red Bull triumphed, Ferrari hit trouble and Mercedes struggled.