Updated: Fri, 21 Mar 2014 09:45:00 GMT | By Andrew Brady, contributor, MSN Cars, Ed Soluk
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The 2014 Formula One calendar kicked off this weekend with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

It’s sure to be an interesting season, with a host of new rules and regulations meaning the cars will be completely different to any Formula One cars we’ve seen before, from eight-speed fixed-ratio gearboxes to narrower front wings. It might be a while before we see the latter on everyday road cars, but that’s not to say Formula One tech hasn’t already started to filter down...

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