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It's relevant, because removing all hybrid systems creates a platform where shifts are fired off in seconds late and straight before rotation, and where virtually all legacy braking happens, I think the fairest thing you can do with analogies is get F1 out if it (engine braking because we have to) and turn to sports car racing GT classes, such as the pro and pro am cars, found in IMSA and WEC. GTD, GTLM and GT3 specs assorted series.
Cherry picking a series, such as F1, is just disingenuous. Broad use of engine braking because of tech and regulations hardly helps build a case for how often and how effective and how reasonable it is in very unrelated cars.
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