In recent years the lack of overtaking in F1 has been a topic of great discussion and in an attempt to increase passing opportunities, the FIA introduced DRS at the start of the 2011 season.
The system works via an adjustable section of a car's rear wing, which the driver opens to reduce drag. This allows the car to close on a rival during a race and improve its chances of overtaking.
The desired results were achieved with more overtaking occurring last season, but many have claimed the passing it creates is artificial.
However, Lowe has backed the system as a cost-effective way of tackling the problem.
"What's great about DRS is at least we can move on from this debate of trying to change the aerodynamic characteristics of cars to try to improve overtaking," he told BBC Sport.
"We've found something much more authoritative, much cheaper, easier and more effective, and adjustable from race to race."