In part three of his series on Formula 1's 2014 technical rules revolution, Craig Scarborough looks at the implications of the changes for F1 gearbox design.
With gearbox layouts static for a couple of decades since the introduction of seamless shift technology, Formula 1 gearbox design has been evolutionary for many years.
Even the rise of engine power and RPM has failed to inject major new demands into transmission design.
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