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New engines good for F1 - Rosberg

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has defended Formula 1's new format in the wake of criticisms of the spectacle and the sound of the new engines. F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has said the new turbo hybrid engines, governed by a fuel limit, are too quiet. Rosberg, who won the season's first race, said: 'It's been all good for F1. It's changed around the pecking order. 'That's definitely good for everybody because the same guy winning [so much] last year, we needed a change to that.' But Red Bull's world champion Sebastian Vettel, who won the last nine races of the 2013 season on the way to his fourth consecutive title, echoed Ecclestone's criticisms. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires...
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