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Formula One starts a new season in Australia on March 15 with a number of changes to the rules and regulations, as well as new faces in the paddock.POWER UNITSTeams are now limited to four power units, each made up of six elements, per driver per season compared to five last year.EARLIER STARTSThe races in Australia, Malaysia, China, Japan and Russia have been brought forward an hour as part of recommendations made after Bianchi's crash in fading light in Suzuka last October.HELMETSThe days of drivers changing their helmet design from race to race are over. NUMBER 1There will be no number one car this season.
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