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Formula One races ahead, powered by uncertainty

In the 64-year history of Formula One, the beginning of a new season has never been met with anything like the extreme anticipation gripping teams and fans as the series prepares to open its 2014 championship next weekend at the Rolex Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. With the introduction of regulations aimed at producing cleaner, more fuel-efficient cars and engines, the question for many Formula One observers is whether this attempt to keep pace with the environmental thinking of our times will mark the 2014 season as a technological fiasco for a series that truly has no technological peer.In internet discussion groups, in conversations among fans and throughout the paddock itself,...
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