bhallg2k wrote:I think what you meant to say is, "DRS should be banned."
Or maybe that's just what I wanted someone to say.
joseff wrote:I have the exact opposite opinion. I believe DRS should be allowed all the time, and not limited to a section of the track to create artificial racing.
Shrieker wrote:Thinking about race situations, I assume we all hate seeing cars fly past one another, hence all the suggestions. Mine would be (if I may) putting transponders on the cars; when you're alongisde someone you're trying to overtake, the flap closes, and the rest you'll have to take care of.
Shrieker wrote:bhallg2k wrote:I think what you meant to say is, "DRS should be banned."
I see where you're coming from, but with the current aero rules, I'd rather have a device that offers benefits for time lost traveling in another car's wake, than watch a car crave chewing it's tyres to death trying to overtake the trulli train.
ESPImperium wrote:Ive always said that DRS should be limited to 20 or 25 pushes per race, drivers should have to use them tactically. And that DRS should be only de-activated on the first lap and the first lap after a SC period.
TRICKLE69 wrote:I think it should be limited to the drs zone only and at any time during practice, quali and the race.
Shrieker wrote:@WhiteBlue, I think there's a general consensus among fans that DRS at least needs some honing. I'm sure you'll excuse the urge to discuss it.
raymondu999 wrote:Websta - even the HRTs were having DRS open through 130. McLaren had an ultrapowerful new DRS and didn't open through there if memory serves
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