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2018-09-03 08:42

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Carlos Sainz thinks Formula 1 should consider scrapping the overtaking innovation DRS.

Sauber driver Marcus Ericsson escaped unhurt from a massive crash during practice at Monza on Friday(Aug 31), and the cause was found to be a faulty DRS flap.

'We don't need DRS for overtaking'

"I'm glad Marcus is fine. DRS is an artificial and dangerous element. If the wing doesn't close, the behaviour of the car changes dramatically.

READ: Vettel questions new DRS zone at Silverstone

I hope that F1 develops cars so that we don't need DRS for overtaking. I understand that we cannot do without it now, but I hope in the future it's different," Renault driver Sainz said.

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