Pedro de la Rosa has warned formula one fans not to expect next year's regulations to dramatically alter the on-track action.

Pedro de la Rosa has warned formula one fans not to expect next year's regulations to dramatically alter the on-track action.

The introduction of slick tyres, KERS-powered 'boost' buttons and radically altered aerodynamics have all been slated to improve the likelihood of overtaking.

"It is true that racing (other cars) will be somewhat easier, they are good changes, but they are not going to transform formula one," the Spaniard, who is McLaren's chief test and reserve driver, is quoted as saying by Marca.

"The cars are staying wide and the aerodynamic characteristics will still be obstacles to overtaking," de la Rosa added.

"This is never going to be like MotoGP, and people should understand that."

 

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