Button: Formula 1 will continue to deliver great racing in the new turbo era 10 November, 2013 Jenson Button expects good racing to continue in 2014 McLaren driver Jenson Button does not believe that Formula 1’s new turbo engine regulations, which come into force in 2014, will have a major impact on how drivers and teams operate while believing that racing will not be boring as some critics are predicting. Speaking to Speedweek, Button said, “It’s not that the cars [next year] are completely revolutionary and I don’t really think that the racing will be very different, nor that we will see a lot of fuel saving.” Many in the F1 paddock are expecting the V6 turbo era to turn into something a of a fuel economy run, before engine manufacturers optimise the efficiency of the new power units. “I believe that we will continue to deliver great racing irrespective of the changes. Driving styles will not change a great deal compared to this year,” ventured Button. Formula 1 has delivered close racing in recent years But he warns that making the most of pre-season testing will be vital, “Understanding the new engine and the torque curve with ERS makes testing very important.” “[We] will again have to manage tyres as we do this year already, so the differences will not be huge,” predicts Button. “Many people say that everything will be totally different. There will be much speculation until we go to the first race, then all will be forgotten and we will do what we think is right,” added the 2009 F1 world champion. (GP247) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsHerbert says McLaren should stick with ButtonMcLaren-Honda aiming for Abu Dhabi testMcLaren won’t announce drivers before DecemberAbu Dhabi Grand Prix: McLaren preview Yas MarinaMcLaren deny Sainz reportsSainz emerges as a contender for second McLaren race seatMcLaren-Honda to make track debut on FridayMcLaren staff departing to make way for team AlonsoAlonso deal done now McLaren to decide on his teammateFerrari engineer Stella may follow Alonso to McLaren Butterfly Jenson, is F1 delivering great racing at the moment? ZombieJebus JB will be lucky to be on the grid… if it weren’t for Honda you’d have to wonder if he’d be driving in F1. adriana If he is close in this prediction as the one ,that he did , with the best McLaren ever! That end it up like the worst McLaren ever! Then we the fans are in trouble! This guy is very lucky to be in f1, IMO .