How F1's new rules will change the sport

How F1's new rules will change the sport

With a whole host of new sporting regulations introduced to F1 this year, Adam Cooper gives you an indepth breakdown of what to expect, how they will change the racing and how the teams will approach their strategy in 2010

The 2010 entry list is enough to get the adrenaline flowing as we head to Bahrain, but aside from the line-ups in the top teams what makes this weekend even more exciting is that no one really knows how the races will pan out.

The ban on refuelling has turned strategy on its head, and ensured that the real pattern of how this year's races will unfold won't emerge until well into the season. And almost as a by-product of that change, we are back to 'pure' qualifying, with speed and not weight the determining factor.

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