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Modern F1 not value for money, says Australian GP race chief

This will be a less common sight in the paddock this season Getty Images Enlarge The organiser of the Australian Grand Prix says the lack of noise from the V6 engines means his investment is not worth the money he paid to host the event. Ron Walker has been one of the most vocal critics of the sounds of the new engines, saying back in 2011 he feared they "would be like a tin can rattling", and the opening race of the new season has only hardened his opinion. "I walk in the botanical gardens and you could hear the sound of the twin-seater F1 car of Paul Stoddart's sweeping around the circuit, but you couldn't hear these new turbo cars. If you sat in the grandstand, you could...
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