And the only other "straight" worthy of consideration is the start-finish one, and even there it has quite a curve on it. I'm not sure that any driver is going to want an unstable rear end heading into Ste Devote or the chicane...
Let them play... more things to get wrong makes it almost as good as a stick shift
I want the drivers to look as if they're really working; and trying to overtake at Monaco is one of the best places. It might be hard (impossible) but some of the best races I've seen are when people are really going for it at Monaco... que lots of memory clips I hope.
If anything Monaco would be the best place to have a complete circuit DRS zone... I want to see a free for all to sort the men from the boys.
... been a long day... I can but dream.
I think DRS in Monza will be more interesting. As we know, Button went with a high downforce setting, but had the F-Duct last year and didn't do too bad (would have done better if Alonso hadn't used him to test his nose worked, but hey). This year, with DRS, will we see anything similar (teams running more wing than usual), or will the losses be higher than the gains around Monza?
I think I asked the same question RickD somewhere else. Ermm... The problem is you only get DRS when you are behind, so if everyone had ''more' wing, every time there was an overtake, the other person would re overtake next lap with the DRS