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sean. that is the problem. drs and unreliable tyres are doing AWAY with close racing. racing is about pitching one driver and his car, against another driver and his car, DEVOID OF ARTIFICIAL INTEFERENCE. some claim that the cars are so close in speed that it spoils racing, but it is up to the DRIVER to create a true race. at least we can be thankful that the fia stopped the completely irrelevant use of the drs in practice. as it was, some set up their cars purely for getting pole, and then fouled up their race speed. those who had the sense to set up their car for a race, were the clever ones.



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