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Mercedes boss rejects talk of rule changes

Mercedes motosport head Toto Wolff has dismissed as 'absurd' suggestions that Formula One could rewrite its rules just because some teams have failed to make the most of new technology. Ferrari and champions Red Bull have been particularly vocal critics of the new V6 turbo era that has seen the pecking order overturned with Mercedes-powered teams enjoying a performance advantage. Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, who has bemoaned the lack of engine noise and fuel-saving rules he says turn F1 racers into taxi drivers, is due to attend Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix. Ahead of his arrival, the Sakhir paddock was full of speculation about proposals for change and talk of shorter races or a...
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