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Alonso keeping quiet in engine debate

Fernando Alonso is unwilling to weigh in on F1's engine noise debate as whatever he says will be held against him. Speaking to the press on Thursday ahead of the Malaysian GP, reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel hit out at the new quieter sound of the 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines. It is "s**t" said the four-time Champ, adding that it's a "shame" fans are missing out on the "feeling of the ground vibrating" that he experienced as a child. Hours later, though, Vettel was basically told to either stop complaining or "go and race something else" by McLaren's Jenson Button. As such, it's no wonder Alonso isn't willing to voice his opinion on the...
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