Formula 1®: The Official F1® Website

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Formula 1®: The Official F1® Website
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Formula One racing’s final season with 2.4-litre V8 engines promises to be yet another humdinger, as teams hone their 2012 designs before the wholesale regulation changes that will come in 2014. Last year was close, until Red Bull got their RB8 really hooked up in the second half of what was an often confusing season, and the early indications are that not only might we expect further initial uncertainty this year, but also the field will be closer than ever as teams encounter diminishing developmental returns.

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