We've presented a video earlier this year on the changes of this year's F1 cars. The season kicks off day after tomorrow in Australia, with Brawn GP startlingly threatening other teams of their points.
As the rules are different compared to last year, difference between the teams flatten out. Ferrari or Mclaren will not control proceedings anymore. New rules give a chance for mid-fielders to close the gap and as the season comes to its end, there might be more than just two or three teams fighting it out for the top spot.
We're hopeful of Vijay Mallya's Force India to be among the points this year. Mallya's team is pedestrian, and with a new engine from Mclaren is looking to change all of that this year.