F1 » Hill: DRS is 'interesting' addition to F1


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One of my biggest dislikes of DRS is when the car in front is left totally defenseless & the car behind simply opens DRS & then goes straght past with relative ease. Some of the most exciting/intense racing I’ve seen have been when you have had one driver defending with a car behind doing everything to try & find a way past, I loved those 2 great Alonso/Schumacher battles at Imola in 05/06, I was kept on the edge of my seat through to the end of those 2 races watching 2 great drivers racing each other hard. OK no overtake occurred but it was thrilling to watch. When there is zero chance to overtake & the cars behind are not able to even attempt an overtake then yes it can get a bit dull. The problem however is that DRS often swings things too far the other way, Instead of overtaking been too hard, It often then becomes far too easy & I think thats equally as bad. One of the thing which got me hooked on racing is the racing, I love watching close racing, I love watching good/close r



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