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Todt: The F1 turbo rules were agreed five years ago, Mercedes has simply done a better job

Jean Todt with Matteo Bonciani, Helmut Marko and Christian Horner in Bahrain FIA president Jean Todt has lashed out at teams who are criticising and even lobbying for change in the early phase of the all new era of Formula 1. Ahead of his much-vaunted meeting on Sunday with Bernie Ecclestone and Luca di Montezemolo, the FIA president hit back at criticisms of the sport in the wake of revolutionary rule changes. 'Making a judgement after two races is like George Lucas or Brad Pitt speaking ill of their next film – (as if to say) don't come to the movie!' Todt told Auto Motor und Sport in Bahrain. The Frenchman admitted he suspects the criticisms are being made because those complaining...
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