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'Formula 1 without DRS would have zero overtakes'

If it wasn't for the Drag Reduction System, Formula One would have no overtakes according to McLaren driver Carlos Sainz, as the Spaniard is confident the sport will be less dependent on DRS after the 2021 regulation changes. Both Sainz and McLaren are leading the midfield in their respective championships, with the 25-year-old finishing sixth in Russia after lesser performances in the three previous outings. Speaking on the regulation changes that will take effect in 2021, Sainz has given a vote of confidence in the FIA and everyone who has been working hard for F1 to change, with more overtaking being one of the main priorities for the new set of regulations along with a budget cap, in a...
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