As a new F1 season rolls around, fans all over the world have fastened their seatbelts to get in on the racing action. The season testing in Jerez (Spain) and the premiere Grand Prix in Melbourne only reaffirmed the fact that Formula One can still be a highly competitive sport and not just a boring merry-go-round of sorts. Further, the rule changes has had some massive effects on the fortunes of the competing teams. This year’s rule changes focus on safety, fuel saving and energy recovery. Dubbed by pundits as one of the “biggest reconditioning exercises in the history of the sport”, the new changes affect the engine, fuel limit and aerodynamics. Here’s a look at the major changes impacting the sport that is considered to be the foremost form of car racing.
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