F1 » No DRS for Monaco GP?


FIA to confer with teams and drivers over the viability of using DRS in Monte Carlo.

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Firestorm - Unregistered

April 25, 2011 12:16 PM

I think that DRS must be used from the tunnel zone until the swimming pool curve.But this should not be allowed in the first 10 laps when the drivers create some distance between them.

UpYours - Unregistered

April 25, 2011 1:25 PM

Just who but a thrill seeking maniac would even consider using KERS at Monaco for the longest straight is hardly sufficient to get it open let alone get any benefit fropm it and thankfully they could not let Tilke loose on it as it a Principality facility and no space for any modificatios but also very difficult if not nearly impossible to overtake.
Some people are never happy watchong a race unless there is a crash but we can well do without that.

UpYours - Unregistered

April 25, 2011 1:25 PM

Just who but a thrill seeking maniac would even consider using KERS at Monaco for the longest straight is hardly sufficient to get it open let alone get any benefit fropm it and thankfully they could not let Tilke loose on it as it a Principality facility and no space for any modificatios but also very difficult if not nearly impossible to overtake.
Some people are never happy watchong a race unless there is a crash but we can well do without that.

Nanbawan - Unregistered

April 26, 2011 12:23 AM

There are some years where there are more passing (remember when Fisi was on a roll) than others. It's usually due to tyre degradation and ...

Wait ? tyre degradation ? Hmmm...

Mark _

April 26, 2011 12:41 AM

@Firestorm - you are joking, right? There is a chicane and a fairly high speed curve between the tunnel and the swimming pool. If they are going to do it anywhere the start/finish straight is probably the safest place. As it is coming out of the tunnel is challenging enough for most drivers.

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