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Montoya says DRS has killed the art of overtaking in F1

Juan Pablo Montoya scored his final grand prix win at Interlagos in 2005 Seven times grand prix winner Juan Pablo Montoya says that DRS in Formula 1 has devalued the art of overtaking. Introduced to Formula 1 in 2011 the Drag Reduction System (DRS) is now part and parcel of the sport and credited with livening up the spectacle. However Montoya believes the gizmo has a downside too. He said on Peter Windsor hosted Racer's Edge, 'It is good for the [Formula 1] show, it makes a better show because people pass people, but I think overtaking is an art. And now it's like giving Picasso Photoshop.' The popular Colombian, who is still missed by many fans in Formula 1, departed the pinnacle of...
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