Ferrari's engineering director Pat Fry believes Formula 1 teams have a 'massive opportunity' to get things wrong in 2014, due to the dramatic new regulations.
As well as the new 1.6 litre V6 Turbo engines, teams will also face the difficult task of designing a car for the new aerodynamic rules and cooling requirements. Fry believes the latter area will be particularly tricky
'I think it is one of those years where you need to be developing your car rather than fixing cooling problems,' he told AUTOSPORT. 'At the start of each year when you get the cooling wrong, a huge amount of resource goes into fixing radiators, bodywork and everything like that.
'I am sure we have done it here [at...
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