REPAIR: DRS

Adjustments - DRS Double Racer Scores

This is the Repair Shop for DRS, one of several Repair Shop tools alongside Pitlane Punts, Ejector Seats and the Lucky Spanner.

To change your DRS, scroll to the bottom of this page, visit the main Repair Shop page, or look out for DRS in News + Results.

DRS MEANS DOUBLE RACE SCORES

In the Losers League, DRS means Double Race Scores. It doubles a team's Losers Points earned at specified races. 

Each Losers Team gets nine DRS to play with throughout the season.

STICK TO THE DEFAULTS?...

Every Losers Team gets a DRS by default at every third race, plus a couple of bonus DRS at the end of the season. See them listed on the Calendar.

You can do nothing if you want: you'll still get your double scores. Just stand back and watch the points tumble over each other like drunken pitstop mechanics.

Easy!


...OR MOVE AROUND YOUR DRS?


You don't have to stick to the defaults. You can move a default DRS to any other race in the season.

An example: The next race is normal points. Suddenly, in the lead-up to the race weekend, your Losers team driver Lewis Hamilton murders a swan. Lawks! He's bound to be awarded a 10-point Beige Flag when the next race points are announced, so move a DRS into that race.

  • You can move your DRS around as much as you want.
  • You can't move DRS to a race that has already happened.

STACKING UP YOUR DRS

You can move up to three DRS into a single race, significantly increasing that race's score.

  • Using one DRS in a race doubles that race's points.
  • Using two DRS in a race triples that race's points.
  • Using three DRS in a race quadruples that race's points.

Sebastian Vettel looking at Sebastian Vettel

THE PRACTICAL BIT

DRS changes must be made before the start of qualifying for it to take effect for that weekend’s race. DRS will be applied to Pitlane Punt winnings.

To change your DRS, scroll to the bottom of this page, visit the main Repair Shop page, or look out for DRS in News + Results.

McLarens facing the wrong way