Fernando Alonso believes this year's new regulations will redefine what makes a grand prix.
This season heralds the arrival of the 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines while fuel has also been limited.
Instead of last year's 160kgs of fuel per grand prix, this campaign the drivers can only use 100kgs.
This has prompted some concerns about F1 become a strategic battle instead of an all-out race. And although Alonso concedes it will be different, that doesn't necessarily mean it will be bad.
"The new Formula 1 rules are very different to what we were used to," the 32-year-old explained.
"I think the concept of what constitutes a grand prix will actually change this year, with...
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