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Why F1’s new generation will bring ‘fresh air’ to the championship

OPINION: After many years of Formula 1’s experienced mainstays dominating at the front, a generational shift is well underway with the young guns and best talent rising to the top. While it is greatly encouraging, providing a more competitive grid will only ramp up this refreshing trend

The winds of change are sweeping through Formula 1.

First off, we are about to enter a new rules era of F1 cars that should allow for closer racing, more overtaking and more exciting and unpredictable grands prix.

But on top of that, we are seeing the culmination of perhaps the biggest generational change of drivers for years.

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