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Ecclestone declares war on the lack of noise

Those who like loud things did find some comfort at Albert Park, even if the cars themselves were quieter Sutton Images Enlarge Bernie Ecclestone has said Formula One will investigate ways of making the new machines sound "more like racing cars" as a matter of urgency. Ecclestone has been against some of the swathe of rule changes, which have helped to make the car engines considerably quieter, and he found allies after the opening weekend of the season. In the aftermath of the Australian Grand Prix, organisers made clear their view that quieter cars equates to a less sexy sport. The sound of confusion Sutton Images It was clear from our feedback during live sessions that the...
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