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Tech Analysis: Australian GP developments

The inaugural round of the 2014 season kicked off with a bang – a positive, metaphorical explosion that marked the arrival of a new era in Formula One. Far fewer literal bangs came from the power units, unlike what many were predicting ahead of the weekend. The technology is still incredibly raw so for the teams to put on the show they did is testament to the thousands of clever-minded factory workers and mechanics that have worked (and will continue to work) relentlessly over the winter. Power unit developers will have prepared numerous software updates ahead of the season opener, and this is perhaps the biggest performance factor right now given that the powertrain is now in...
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