DRS compared to ‘methadone’

Italian journalist Leo Turrini has compared the Drag Reduction System (DRS) to “methadone,” suggesting that it serves as a temporary fix rather than a genuine solution to the sport’s overtaking challenges.  DRS, introduced in 2011, has sparked mixed reviews since its inception. DRS functions by allowing drivers to boost their straight-line speed by reducing rear


‘Calm down’: Aston Martin boss hits out at rival team principals

Aston Martin boss Mike Krack has hit out his fellow team principals for trying to pressure the FIA into backtracking over its policy of shortening DRS zones to reduce overtaking opportunities this season. The Drag Reduction System (DRS) has been the subject of much debate this season, with Red Bull having managed to develop a

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Wolff Believes 2022 Regulations Could Render DRS ‘Obsolete’

The success of the 2022 regulation changes could result in the end of Formula 1’s drag-reduction system (DRS). DRS was first introduced in 2011 as a system to encourage more overtaking during races. READ: This Is Where Ricciardo Is Losing The Most Time To Norris The system features a movable flap on the rear wing