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Exercise 6.5

HINWILL (Switzerland): The Sauber-Petronas team is all charged up for the start of the 2004 Formula One season, driven by renewed optimism over a state-of-the-art wind tunnel capable of producing an aerodynamically faster car.

Costing US$55 million (RM209 million), the tunnel would be a first class "tool" to extract maximum aerodynamically advantage for the C23 cars to be rolled out next year.

It is also crucial to enable Sauber-Petronas, which struggled for most of the 2003 season with aerodynamic problems. to overcome that deficiency with the most advanced technology now.