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F1 2014 is not too slow

The latest generation of F1 cars copped a fair bit of stick for being off the pace in the first pre-season test at Jerez, but BEN ANDERSON argues it won't be long before the young upstarts leave the old machines trailing

There has been much bluster about the pace of this new breed of Formula 1 car since the new, smaller-engined, energy-efficient formula broke cover at Jerez two weeks ago.

Fickle fans have bemoaned the loss of screaming, sonorous V8s for quieter, turbocharged V6s. But worse, the cars are too slow! Or so some think...

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