Sauber F1 Team
Adrian Sutil believes the season-opening Australian Grand Prix could be a lottery as Formula 1 enters a new era.
1.6 litre v6 power units have replaced 2.4 litre v8 engines and Sauber driver Sutil expects the uncertainty surrounding the pecking order to cause excitement.
"Everything is new," he said.
"Driving in qualifying will be very different to the race, because the cars will have more power than in the race."
The German driver predicts that the new regulations will provide a challenge for both drivers and engineers.
"Less downforce and more power will be a challenge for us drivers," he added.
"Higher top-speed and less grip on a street...
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