F1 Future Vision: Engineers Discus 2014 Changes

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F1 Future Vision: Engineers Discus 2014 Changes

The 2014 season will bring with it some of the biggest changes to Formula One racing's technical regulations for quite some time. Not only is the sport adopting new 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines, there are also tweaks to the rules concerning aerodynamics and a far greater emphasis on energy recovery systems. We spoke to two technical directors - Toro Rosso's James Key and Caterham's Mark Smith - about the new regulations and what effect they'll have on the design of next year's cars, but first, here is a summary of the main changes.

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