Heikki Kovalainen, Caterham, Montreal, 2012

Which races should DRS be used at?

Debates and PollsPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Heikki Kovalainen, Caterham, Montreal, 2012F1 is almost halfway through its second season using the Drag Reduction System.

DRS remains a bone of contention for many and is a frequent source of debate in our post-race ‘Rate the Race’ features.

F1 teams have indicated they’re willing to listen to fans on devices introduced to improve ‘the show’ such as DRS. With that in mind, is DRS needed at every track on the calendar?

Should F1 try running without DRS at some tracks? Is it not needed anywhere? Or does every F1 circuit need a DRS zone? Cast your vote below.

Which races should DRS be used at?

Take your pick of the current circuits which feature on the F1 calendar which have held at least one race. You can choose as many tracks as you prefer or select ‘none’ if you would rather not see DRS used at all:

Which races should DRS be used at?

  • Australia (Albert Park) (46%)
  • Malaysia (Sepang) (28%)
  • China (Shanghai) (27%)
  • Bahrain (BIC) (50%)
  • Spain (Catalunya) (58%)
  • Monaco (Monte-Carlo) (45%)
  • Canada (Circuit Villeneuve) (21%)
  • Europe (Valencia) (62%)
  • Britain (Silverstone) (36%)
  • Germany (Hockenheim) (30%)
  • Germany (Nurburgring) (35%)
  • Hungary (Hungaroring) (57%)
  • Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps) (18%)
  • Italy (Monza) (25%)
  • Singapore (Marina Bay) (56%)
  • Japan (Suzuka) (38%)
  • Korea (KIC) (39%)
  • India (Buddh) (41%)
  • Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina) (59%)
  • Brazil (Interlagos) (27%)
  • None (31%)

Total Voters: 381

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