DRS is just another device that helps the top teams. When by some reason a non-Mclaren-Ferrari-RedBull whether by strategy, skill or luck, manages to be in the front it just means he won’t be able to keep the place, despite his defensive driving skills. And no, it’s not the same for everybody. The non-top teams don’t have the ability to go to the 1 sec. stupid zone; it’s enough they have the aerodynamics, the money to buy the most skilled engineers, technicians, etc, they also had to steal us the factor of surprise too? At the beggining of the season DRS was just frosty or indiferent to me, as it wasn’t offering positions. then since Malaysia dislike started to grow. Now, with Montreal, it’s just disgusting. And I’m quite appalled, disapointed or at least surprised to see public opinion doesn’t share with me at least some dislike.
Wet weather racing died, so did defensive driving. The likes of Michael Schumacher and Gilles Villeneuve would be just good drivers if they drove today, instead of legends.. Is that what we really want?