Shaking up the F1 grid

Shaking up the F1 grid

Much has been made of the new balance of power we could see in 2014, but how often have major rule shifts mixed up the pecking order in F1 history? KEVIN TURNER investigates some of the bigger changes

If pre-season testing is anything to go by, the new Formula 1 rules for 2014 look like providing a shake up of the previous order, at least initially.

The best outfits usually remain at or near the top, but major upheavals do provide the opportunity to break the dominance of a team, shifting the pendulum to a new position.

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