A former grand prix driver thinks 2014 could be an opportunity for F1's smaller teams to compete with their powerful rivals.
Some believe that with the sweeping rule changes, the teams with the biggest budgets, best resources and longest experience will tower over their smaller competitors even more than in 2013, at the end of a period of relative stability.
But Ivan Capelli, a F1 driver in the 80s and 90s turned commentator for Italian television, is not so sure.
Referring to the change of engines, turbos, gearboxes, aerodynamics and energy recovery systems, he told Italy's blogf1.it: "The big challenge will be to put it all together.
"This may be an opportunity for smaller teams...
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