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Best to keep schtum over engine sound, Seb

It's safe to say that the noise of the new Formula One cars has caused some controversy since they broke cover in Jerez in late January. And just as the public is vocal about their opinions regarding the sound, some drivers have made it abundantly clear just how they feel. I won't even pretend that all of Formula One's problems have been solved with the new regulations. They send a clouded message to the watching world: they're confusing, innovative but not groundbreaking, not environmentally friendly (still), and most importantly, expensive. Times being as they are, it seems irresponsible to dive head first into such uncharted waters (Formula One ‘needed' to make a change, though,...
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