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Alain Prost excited by technical changes

Prost at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed Four-time world champion Alain Prost is pleased to see the seismic change in the technical regulations for the 2014 Formula One season, believing that it will breathe new life into the sport. For next season, V8 engines will be replaced by turbocharged V6 power units, and many other changes to the technical regulations look to shake up the pecking order of the sport. In Prost's eyes, this will make the sport far less predictable and more appealing to both drivers and fans. 'The teams have a lot to do early in the season,' he explained to Autohebdo. 'This revival fascinates me. It will be different, but I do not think it will be negative. 'We're...
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