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The 'reset' button causes ripples in the pond

So, the first four days of testing have come to and end, meaning that the 2014 season has finally got underway. As with any new significant regulation changes, it really comes down to a case of trial and error for those that have spent many long and sleepiness nights, trying to get the new cars on track.  Forget the fact of however many laps that the teams have done, or whether a respective title holder has stopped out on track, bringing out the red flag. It was clearly the case that with an abundance on new technology that needs to be understood quickly, it was going to be taking the bad times with the good when this shift into a new era came about. It is the pinnacle of racing, but...
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