Australian Mark Webber believes F1 racing will be more entertaining in 2008 thanks to the new regulations coming into play this season.
Electronic aids such as traction control have been banned from 2008, and Red Bull driver Webber believes that will lead to more errors and therefore to a better show for the spectators.
"It's certainly more challenging for the drivers, there's more work for us to do. Guys are going to have a few more shunts," Webber told the Australian Associated Press.
"There will be a little bit more of an opportunity to create pressure because there could be some slight, very subtle errors.
"The uneducated eye probably won't see them but to educated and obviously fellow drivers out on the track there could be some mistakes which could create more pressure and opportunities to make overtaking a little bit more viable.
"It will be the usual suspects in the pecking order but in terms of the actual racing it can only help us."
The Australian does not believe, however, that a particular driver will enjoy an advantage over the rest before of the lack of aids.
"I think most of the guys at this level are reasonably handy so it would be very foolish to say that one's got an advantage because of the new regulations. Some people have a few opinions out there that it's going to benefit some drivers more than other," he added.
"We'll see once we get into the race weekend as such to see how people adapt to different venues. We don't have much time, when we go to grand prix tracks we've got to get into it pretty quick when qualifying comes around and the race we've really got to step up to the plate and deliver.
"Testing is reasonably straightforward for most guys because you just drive around the same sort of tracks but when we go to more challenging circuits with different conditions.
"That's something we're very excited about to see how we go with new regulations."