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


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How many races been spoilt by someone holding up traffic and the car in front gets away. F1 is a business and the last two years been terrific racing who cares how that's achieved. In actual fact the best car and driver combination has still won the championship and at least we not put to sleep in the process. Obviously the tyres have a big impact on overtaking, if someone has more grip they will drive past. But the reason f1 cars can't overtake is a combination of massive downforce inhitberting grip when behind another car and sanitized circuits. You talk about previous eras but the modern circuits don't allow overtaking especially with high downforce. Take the Hungarian GP was notorious for a boring race last years race was very exciting. That Mickey Mouse section at Catalunga just before the final turn is a friggin joke. The tyres drs and kers big thumbs up for me. Get over it and move on. D



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