Red Bull team Principal Christian Horner predicts Quite a rapid range of car development in early stage of 2014 F1 and believes this is the part where his team can do extremely well.
2014 F1 cars will make by a collection of new regulation, mainly change the engine unit and set new 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines. Also Energy Recovery System, front wing, exhausts.
“Because the regulations are going to be pretty immature, like we saw in 2009 ideas will flow pretty quickly,” Horner told Autosport.
“So you will probably see quite a rapid range of development early on in the year as people are finding their feet.
“We have demonstrated over the last few years that we can develop the car effectively. Hopefully that will apply to next year as well.”
“Reliability is going to be a fundamental issue in the first three or four races whilst teams get on top of the issues.
“It’s inevitable, as 12 days of running over three tests is not that much for such a big regulation change. You are going to see some early issues with these power units.”