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F1 drivers forced to adapt

The F1 drivers have spoken out about the complex new challenge they have been presented with following the sport's revolutionary 'reset'.F1's new era of turbo engines and environmentally-friendly energy recovery systems broke cover last week in southern Spain as the field - minus the absent Red Bull and almost-entirely devoid of Red Bull with the World Champions limited to just 21 laps - tested their new chargers over four deeply intriguing and occasionally chaotic days in Jerez. While the view from afar has tended to focus on the weird and wonderful array of front-wing 'noses' developed for the new season, and the reduced sound of the V6 power units drew mixed reviews from the smattering...
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