McLaren sporting director Sam Michael believes Formula One's pecking order will be mixed up at the start of 2014 as the rule changes could lead to reliability problems.
The sport will switch from the current 2.4-litre engines to the 1.6-litre turbocharged V6s next year while teams will also use more energy recovery systems.
With so many changes, most of the teams have already shifted their focus to development of their 2014 cars as they look to get an edge over their rivals.
Michael believes it could lead to a bit of shake-up in the grid at the start of the season.
"When you get a big rule change the engineering structures are not fast enough to respond, even if you're given two or...
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