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Raikkonen: Rule changes unlikely to change much for drivers

Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen is not expecting the raft of technical changes introduced ahead of the 2014 season to have as much of an effect on drivers as some are predicting.Not only is Formula One racing switching from 2.4-litre normally aspirated engines to 1.6-litre V6 turbos this year, there’s also a greater reliance on energy recovery systems, heavily revised aerodynamics and restrictions on fuel, amongst other things. There has been speculation that drivers will have to make significant adjustments behind the wheel, but Raikkonen, who has been using Ferrari’s simulator ahead of the first pre-season test in Spain on January 28-31, doesn’t think much will alter...
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