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Binning the noses – not as unthinkable as you may think

Lots of stories emerged from the opening 2014 F1 pre-season test in Jerez. Renault’s woes; the particular woes of Red Bull; the Mercedes-powered teams’ apparently constant presence at the top of the times; the mileage of the German marque’s works team; Ferrari’s encouraging time of it; the new spec formula particularly with the new hybrid engines; the noise of the ‘power units’. But despite all of this one particular matter seemed rather more exacting. To the eyes anyway. Yes, you’ve probably worked out by now what I’m on about: the interesting interpretations of the 2014 year’s revised nose regulations present on the unveiled machines....
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