With the tyre wear naturally on the DTM cars - we got maybe 7 good laps out of them at Spa before the fronts were sub 40%* - at 2x wear Monaco would be a very strategic and challenging race. I strongly advise people to fire up the DTM car, throw max front and rear downforce on it, and go around the circuit.
You'll find it's high concentration the whole time, and you'll pit every 8 laps for tyres.
We'd need to make sure for tracks that a clear DRS detection point and DRS activation point.
I'd also add in Azure Circuit.
I know, I know, people will QQ hard on this suggestion. But this weekend is the Monaco Grand Prix, a race which has been going since 1929.
It's a classic. And if you guys aren't just throwing ALL your downforce onto the car then yes the track will be an abortion.
the important thing is an agreement for all to use the DRS as intended and not just at every opportunity. So, not on lap 1. When we cross an agreed point with <1.0 second to the car in front (as defined bottom left of the screen) and then just on the one straight.
The use of the DRS generally isn’t allowed before the race leader starts into his fourth race lap. From that point in time, all those drivers whose gap to the driver ahead of them adds up to less than a second, when crossing the line, may use the DRS. The race control sends a signal to the respective cars via radio. On the following lap, a driver may activate the DRS three times and it’s up to him to decide where he does so. But there also are exceptions in the races: during a safety-car period or when yellow flags are shown, using the DRS is forbidden. This also applies to a situation when the race control allowed the use of wets.