F1's most welcome comeback in 2014

F1's most welcome comeback in 2014

EDD STRAW looks at what is likely to become F1's most talked-about return in 2014. And, no, it's not Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari

It's human nature to grasp for the worst-case scenario. By Formula 1 standards, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner's assertion that half of the field might not make the finish of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix is a conservative one.

With uncertainty surrounding both the performance and reliability of the new 1.6-litre turbocharged engines, there are plenty willing to make far more dramatic predictions.

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