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F1: New-look teams seek early edge in Jerez test

Madrid:  Formula One fans will get their first look at how a series of rule changes could affect the upcoming season when the opening four-day test gets under way in Jerez, southern Spain on Tuesday.In all 10 teams will take part with only Lotus missing out.Turbocharged engines will return to the sport for the first time since 1988 in a raft of technical changes.Meanwhile, in a controversial move, double points will be awarded for the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.It is hoped that both the technical and sporting changes will lead to a more competitive fight for the drivers and constructors world championships after a four-year reign of dominance from Sebastian Vettel and his...
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