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Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg can be seen in the video campaign from Mercedez, they are taking about cutting edge Drag Reduction System (DRS) technology which help them in the Formula 1 Grand prixs, and specially in overtaking their opponents. For the F1 fans they most exciting part of the race and always will be the overtaking of cars which gives us thills and excitement and watch the video to see how DRS system works in Formula 1.
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are seen flying the paper plans at the start and than the technichal guy from team Mercedez try to explain who the flaps at the rear and on the side of the Formula 1 cars help the drivers to take full control of the car and help them in tight corners and when trying to overtake their opponent.
How do Formula 1 Drivers use DRS System ?
Its pretty easy, when the car gets within 1 second of the car ahead the F1 driver can push a button in the car which will put down the flaps/wings at the rear end of the F1 car and that makes air drag and it gives the car that extra speed which help them overtake the car infront.
Lewis Hamilton compare DRS System to boost, you press the button and you feel like car got a little bit of boost what it need on long straight or immediatly after tight corner or when you are within 1 second of the card ahead head take a look at the video its Pretty cool