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Is the DRS position of the rear wing fixed or does it vary in F1?

Does the DRS mechanism in Formula 1 cars' rear wing allow adjustments, or is it always the same? Is the wing in a steeper angle in Monaco than it is in Monza, for example?

No regulations limit the angle of the rear wing's DRS open position. The wing is opened to a neutral angle and in theory they could vary between Grand Prixes.

source: http://www.mtv.fi/sport/f1/uutinen/artikkeli/formulafakta-aukeaako-takasiipi-aina-samaan-asentoon/5260124

Written by Janita on Saturday August 15, 2015
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