Hamilton looking to win second F1 title on `more level` playing field in 2014
Washington – Former Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has said that he believes his chances of ending Sebastian Vettel’s grip on the championship will be improved with F1’s new rules next season.
According to CNN, some of the most significant changes will involve the engines, with cars having to switch from their current 2.4-liter engines to a 1.6-liter turbocharged V6 engine.
There will also be adjustments to both aerodynamics and energy systems, and Hamilton is relishing the potential consequences, the report said.
The Brit said that he was really excited about next year, adding that with new rules, new engines and cars, he just wants to race and have a chance to fight for the championship.