McLaren pursues concept behind Red Bull’s F1 DRS supremacy

The Woking-based team has openly acknowledged that aero efficiency has been one of its core weaknesses this year – and this has often manifested itself in a lack of top speed. The squad has also been mindful that this is an area where Red Bull has been particularly strong, especially when its DRS is in use. But having understood where Red Bull’s DRS advantage comes from – which relates to …Keep reading

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