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The driving style is not that different - Alonso

Sutton Images Enlarge Fernando Alonso does not think the new generation of turbo Formula One cars will require a significant change in driving style this season. Alonso got his first taste of the new Ferrari F14 T this week in Jerez, completing 58 laps in total with the fifth fastest time. Despite several drivers commenting on the increased torque from this year's V6 turbos and lack of downforce under the new regulations, Alonso agreed with team-mate Kimi Raikkkonen that the approach to driving the cars would not change significantly. "No big difference, to be honest," he said. "I jumped in the car and did not feel a big difference in driving style or big difference in how...
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