F1 » Alonso: Less respect in F1 than years gone by


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This may sound harsh but its hard to get drivers to respect each other when the rules surrounding F1 are so restrictive. What happened to a blue flag only being a warning that a faster driver is coming behind you so you know not to block them? These days if a lower running set of drivers are fighting for position are shown the blue flag they have to immediately pull over & let people through. & no real overtaking happens anymore, Why should it when DRS means you can overtake almost at will or pit stops are planned & timed to overtake while stationary. Get racing back into F1 and respect will return



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