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Engine makers must make F1 loud again insists Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says it is up to Formula 1′s three engine suppliers to make the sport loud again. 'They made them quiet, now they can make them loud again,' the Formula 1 chief executive said. After Melbourne race organisers slammed the new purring tones of the once-screaming sport after the 2014 season opener, Ecclestone vowed to get to work to fix a problem that could drive promoters, sponsors and fans away. The 83-year-old put the onus of blame on the turbo V6 suppliers, Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault. 'It's a technical problem,' Ecclestone told the German newspaper Bild. 'They have an obligation to give us Formula 1 with volume.' He said...
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