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Aussie organisers consider suing for lack of sexiness

Crash, bang but not enough wallop Sutton Images Enlarge Australian Grand Prix organisers claim their contract may have been breached because the Formula One cars were not loud enough. Andrew Westacott, Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) chief executive, said after the race that the rule changes had impacted on the "sexiness" of the event and as a result fans did not get what they paid for. AGPC chairman Ron Walker has contacted Bernie Ecclestone and made it clear organisers are unhappy. He is likely to have found a sympathetic ear. Ecclestone has repeatedly made clear his unhappiness with many of the raft of rule changes. "One aspect of it was just a little bit duller...
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