Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is confident the team will be able to solve the latest DRS problem Max Verstappen suffered in the first practice session for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Formula 1 has confirmed there will be three DRS detection and activation zones around Miami International Autodrome this weekend.
Formula 1 has changed the configuration of the single DRS zone at Imola for the third year running since the track returned to the calendar.
Formula 1 should change DRS zones where necessary to prevent drivers slowing excessively as they approach detection points, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said.
Formula 1’s new technical rules for 2022 may allow the series to stop relying on the Drag Reduction System to aid overtaking, says Aston Martin’s technical director.
McLaren’s Andreas Seidl has “a lot of hope” Formula 1 will eventually be able to get rid of DRS if next season’s technical regulations produce closer racing.
A second DRS zone has been added to the Algarve circuit for this weekend’s Portuguese Grand Prix, while the original zone has been shortened.
New rules for 2022 intended to aid overtaking will not be enough to end Formula 1’s dependence on the Drag Reduction System to aid passing, one team’s technical director believes.
Lewis Hamilton hopes changes to Formula 1 cars planned for 2021 will mean the sport doesn’t have to rely on the Drag Reduction System to assist overtaking.
Increasing the power of DRS for the 2019 F1 season was a “safe bet” to ensure more overtaking this year, according to the FIA’s Nikolas Tombazis.
FIA race director Charlie Whiting says it is up to Formula 1 drivers to use DRS safely after Lewis Hamilton called Silverstone’s new zone “an unnecessary danger”.
FIA race director Charlie Whiting reckoned the new DRS zone at Silverstone ‘didn’t actually help’. But it did play a role in Sebastian Vettel’s race-winning pass.
New aerodynamic regulations for the 2019 F1 season to aid overtaking do not mean a rethink of the DRS rules is needed, according to FIA race director Charlie Whiting.
Lewis Hamilton suspects Ferrari has found a performance advantage in the operation of its DRS to improve its straight-line speeds.
The FIA has extended the second DRS zone at the Bahrain International Circuit ahead of this weekend’s race to aid overtaking.
Formula One’s managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn says it will take until 2021 for the sport to properly tackle its overtaking problem.
A third DRS zone has been added to the Albert Park circuit for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix in a bid to increase opportunities for overtaking.
Is F1’s Drag Reduction System “a great thing” or “like giving Photoshop to Picasso”? Fans aren’t convinced and the paddock remains split over the controversial overtaking aid.
F1 has wasted enough time on DRS, a gimmick which has diminished the art of real racing and traded it for the cheap facsimile of push-button passing.
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