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Walker on warpath over F1 sound but support not unanimous

Ron Walker According to the outspoken Australian Ron Walker, his fellow Formula 1 promoters will speak with an enormous voice next week in Bahrain. Walker, fiercely critical of the quieter sound of the sport's new turbo V6 engines, also heads an Formula 1 promoters' alliance, and he has called a meeting ahead of the forthcoming Grand Prix in the island kingdom. According to the Independent newspaper and Formula 1 business journalist Christian Sylt, he tips the promoters to tell 'Bernie (Ecclestone), enough is enough. This is not what we bought'.' However, one of Walker's fellow promoters is unlikely to be joining the chorus. Razlan Razali, the boss of the Malaysian Grand Prix venue at...
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