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If Formula One stands on the edge of the unknown, with new technologies and a different engine from last year, then the start of preseason testing Tuesday should at least show what the future sounds like.That moment, which will come Tuesday morning as 10 of the 11 teams fire up their cars to exit the Jerez pit lane, has been awaited with more eagerness and trepidation than the sport has seen in years.Renault will have three of their four teams in action, with unsettled Lotus the only ones deciding to skip what most see as a crucial week in Jerez and one of just three preseason tests.Cars must now complete a race with 100kg of fuel, compared to around 150kg last year, and drivers are allocated only five engines for the season rather than eight before.
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