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Lowe: F1 this year is about adopting and stretching innovative technologies aggressively

Lowe: F1 this year is about adopting and stretching innovative technologies aggressively 3 February, 2014 Now firmly entrenched as boss of Mercedes Formula 1 technical department, Paddy Lowe took time off to speak about the challenges of the new season with particular emphasis on the new rules and new V6 turbo engine. How significant is the change in technical regulations for the 2014 season? Paddy Lowe: For 2014 we have probably the greatest change in regulations in Formula One history. The headline is ‘efficiency'. The fact that we can run a full race on 100kg rather than 150kg of fuel sends a great message about the technology we can deliver for Formula One – and gives an...
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