Lewis Hamilton made light work of the cars ahead during the Bahrain Grand Prix, leaving many to wonder if DRS really has gone too far in modern Formula One.
Starting from ninth on the grid it would be fair to expect a decent fight back through the field for Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, however thanks to the Bahrain DRS zones the four time World Champion never really had to work too hard, often breezing past his rivals on the straight and making light work of the fight ahead.
Some feel DRS helps increase the overtaking excitement, while many others (myself included) feel it dilutes the racing challenge too much and makes the art of overtaking too easy - but where do you stand on the subject?
Is it time to drop DRS altogether and let the drivers fight on track? Should DRS zones or rules be amended to decrease the advantage, or are the rules fine as they are?
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