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Alonso: GPs will be different

Fernando Alonso believes the difference between qualifying and racing will be bigger than ever in 2014 and drivers "won't get anywhere near" the pace they run at on Saturdays.Next weekend's season-opening race in Australia epresents the start of a new era of technology for the sport with the winter change to 1.6-litre turbocharged engines, enhanced Energy Recovery Systems and the need for more fuel-efficient cars already having shuffled the pecking order of recent years. With the reliability of the complex new systems set to prove an ongoing challenge for teams into the racing season after widespread problems during the winter, Ferrari star Alonso also reckons the new requirement...
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