Sebastian Vettel admitted that he is concerned that Formula One will lose some of its "excitement" when the sport switches to V6 engines in 2014.
Vettel is the latest to voice his concern about the impact the smaller engines will have on Formula One, suggesting that the new cars won't be as exciting to drive as their predecessors.
I am a bit sad because my first test in F1 was in a V10," said Vettel at the Autosport awards ceremony.
"I remember that test, and then we went to a V8 a year afterwards. When I had my second go in an F1 car I could tell the difference.
"I just hope that we are not going down from a power point of view. We will lose the revs which I think...
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