Adrian Sutil believes the new Formula One regulations will give teams at the back of the grid an opportunity to shock the sport's big spenders at the start of the 2014 season.
Amidst several aerodynamic regulation changes and a move away from V8 engines means all the teams are furiously developing their cars for the 2014 season ahead of the start of winter testing at the end of January. "2014 will be a different season to what we are used to - new engines, very different tyres, and the car in general will be different to drive," the new Sauber recruit said during video interview released by the Zurich-based team.
"It's a new era in Formula One. For us drivers it's...
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