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2014 Canadian Grand Prix Would Have Been Boring Without Necessary Evil of DRS

The 2014 Canadian Grand Prix will go down as one of the most exciting races of the last decade. Daniel Ricciardo won to record the first grand-prix victory of his career. He joins Gilles Villeneuve, Thierry Boutsen, Jean Alesi, Robert Kubica and Lewis Hamilton in the list of drivers who won for the first time in Montreal. Nico Rosberg came home in second after driving the second half of the race with no ERS power. It was a great damage-limitation drive, and the 18 points he picked up could prove crucial at the end of the year. There was drama up and down the field in a race which saw only 11 cars cross the finish line. But this was that most unusual of things: a Canadian Grand Prix which owes its excitement to DRS. The drag reduction ...

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