A guide to DRS with Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton
DRS has become one of the hottest topics in Formula One in recent years with many critics believing that it has taken away the ‘art’ of overtaking, whilst others praise its ingenuity and ability to spice up races.
Love it or loath it, there is no denying that the system is highly sophisticated, but just how does it work? Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton explain in this video, giving a good insight for the casual fan, and even the hardcore F1 nut can learn something from this – albeit not how to fold a paper plane (see the video as to why).
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