Formula One teams are at much greater risk of getting their race strategies wrong under the new engine regulations, according to Renault Sport F1’s Remi Taffin.
Renault Sport F1 deputy managing director Rob White says 2014 their test engines have “matched the most optimistic predictions” for power output.
Nico Hulkenberg says it won’t be easy for drivers to handle the new generation of cars.
Force India admit that not participating in last month’s test at Bahrain could leave them at an early disadvantage.
Formula One’s new rules for 2014 amount to the biggest change in a generation, according to Force India’s technical director Andrew Green.
Force India technical director Andrew Green admitted the nose of the new Force India VJM07 is the “stand-out” feature on the car but said it will change soon.
Force India have become the first team to reveal an image of their 2014 F1 contender, the VJM07.
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