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Ecclestone: New F1 unacceptable for fans

– Bernie Ecclestone has described the current state of racing in Formula 1 as "unacceptable" for spectators, arguing that significant modifications are required to improve the sport's show at future events. The sound of the new turbocharged 1.6-litre V6 power units and the performance-restricting effect of the fuel flow limit have dominated the headlines in recent weeks, with a selection of race promoters expressing their concerns to Formula 1 supremo Ecclestone in the wake of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. And ahead of meetings with key players in Bahrain, Ecclestone has reiterated his desire for change. "I think we have to," Ecclestone explained to...
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