F1 » Your views: Are DRS and Pirelli tyres good for F1?

A feature written by Crash.net viewer Joshua Bonser, who looks at the impact of DRS and Pirelli's tyres on F1. What do you think? Have your say, simply click on the 'Post your comments' link below...

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Bobdredds - Unregistered

January 28, 2013 2:54 PM

I think KERS has a place and if unlimited use was applied only to overtaking back markers and during racing it's use limited to 10 charges it could work. i believe that type of usage could still preserve the application of driver skill and create some interesting stratigies. DRS however should go IMHO.
I think Pirelli are doing a decent job and without a reasonable challenge with regards to degredation then aero gains too much importance and the races more predictable. Pirelli seem to get it right more often than not.

zerof50 - Unregistered

February 21, 2013 12:04 AM

Personally my opinion is the drs is pretty cool, especially now since they can't use it in practice and qualifying. The tires,? not so impressive they do the same thing all the other brands did, start cold, get hot, then die, the only difference is the drop rate, michellins and bridgstones fell off way slower, the perellis drop off all at once it seems.

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