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Brundle: Total calamity coming...

Former racer turned Sky Sports F1 commentator Martin Brundle has said he is expecting 'total calamity' in the early part of the 2014 F1 season.The sport will adopt new 1.6-litre turbo-charged engines next years, while teams will also make greater use of energy recovery systems as F1 looks to improve its green credentials. There are also other revisions - to things like aerodynamics - and Brundle believe this all threatens Red Bull's run of supremacy.“I'm expecting total calamity in the early stages of 2014 and it remains to be seen if that's entertaining or confusing, but I have no doubt that these brilliant engineers and designers will master the issues sooner than later,” Brundle...
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