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Ten reasons to get excited about 2014

The upcoming season could very well prove to be one of the most exciting and surprising seasons in several years. Daniel Chalmers takes a look at ten reasons why you might just want to tune in. A new major performance variable At the end of 2006 two major performance variables were removed from F1. It was at the end of that season that the engine development freeze was introduced. Also that was the final season of the Bridgestone Vs Michelin tyre war. Since 2007 aerodynamics have been the biggest performance variable by a long way. It accounts for 80% of development on a F1 car. If a car had poor aero then it wasn’t going to fare well. It’s certainly been a factor in a poor...
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