By Kevin Fylan KRONBERG, Germany, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Formula One risks alienating fans, manufacturers and sponsors if rule changes are allowed to thwart technological innovation, BAR Honda team chief Nick Fry warned on Friday. The sport will switch next season from 3.0 litre V10 engines to 2.4 litre V8s next year in the latest move to curb speed, one that could see the quickest cars in the lesser GP2 series outpacing the slowest F1 cars. Fry recognised the need to balance safety with ...
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