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The system was seen as a quick, affordable and efficient fix to improve overtaking, something severely lacking in the previous refuelling era that generally meant any 'overtaking' was done through pitstops instead of wheel-to-wheel combat - not something we’d like to see come back in a hurry. Barring wet weather - the device has been used at every GP over the last decade and a general apathy towards it by drivers, teams and fans has steadily festered. But should this be the case? If it's so widely loathed, then why is it being used for the 10th consecutive F1 season? Lets look into the reason why DRS is the best current solution to F1’s dirty air problem

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