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Formula One's latest changes mean the sexy purr of engines and the violent throttle of speed won't be what they used to be. The usual title talk has surrounded preseason testing as usual, but the normally boisterous roar of F1's engines has been slightly subdued.In a bid to bolster innovation and perhaps shake up Red Bull's grip at the top of the standings, F1 has cast out the 2.4-liter V8 engines to make way for 1.6-liter V6 turbo engines, which means a drop in traditional horsepower.Still, Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso said the new cars were easier to maneuver, with less force and speed on the corners even though there are more parameters to control, "more buttons on the steering wheel".Hamilton, the 2008 champion who is a favorite to depose Vettel from the top, was choosing to embrace change.
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