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How a 2014 Formula 1 turbo engine works

  Editor's note: One of the highlights of the 2013 season for us was the level of detail and information Renault Sport F1 provided the Formula 1 fans. With each newsletter, they unpacked the sport in a brilliant and informative way. The 2014 season looks to be no different and I hope you enjoy the introduction to Renault Sport F1′s new 2014 turbo engine…or power plant. This year, the FIA Formula One World Championship is set for a raft of radical technical regulation changes. From 2014 onwards, the cars will be powered by avant-garde powertrain technology, with a powerful turbocharged internal combustion engine coupled to sophisticated energy recovery systems.  ...
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