F1 » DRS given green light for Monaco


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What's been happening when cars are overtaken by faster DRS activated cars, they move over and try and squeeze the faster car onto the dirty part of the track. There is really only one line at Monaco, down the middle and barely room either side for another car. With the poor racecraft of some drivers in managing to make contact on big wide open tracks I can see a few interlocking wheels at Monaco and if it happens at speed they'll get airborne into the catch fencing. If not then wheel to radiator and a half spun can blocking the track. Either way if this years race concludes without a safety car or red flag I will be very surprised.



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