Why 2013 Is End of an Era for F1 Technology

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Why 2013 Is End of an Era for F1 Technology
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The era of the V8 engine is over

By now, most keen followers of Formula One know that it’s going to be a very different sport next season.

The era of the V8 engine is over, the 2.4-litre normally aspirated units to be replaced by 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 units.

Although the new engine regulations are the most talked about change for 2014, there are several other important regulations changes that will impact teams.

Here are five of the most important regulation changes for 2014.

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