Sebastian Vettel has slated the new quieter Formula One, saying it is a "shame" that fans are losing out.
Last time out in Australia, Formula One fans had their first opportunity to hear the new 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines and not many were happy.
Taking to social networking sites to voice their displeasure, the sound of the engines was equated to anything from a vacuum cleaner to a hair drier.
And while many in F1 has urged people to give it time, Vettel has just slated it.
"It's s**t," said the Red Bull driver. "I was on the pitwall during the race, and it is better [quieter] than in a bar! I think for the fans it is not good.
"F1 has to be...
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