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Bernie Ecclestone says new F1 rules 'unacceptable', calls for change

Manama:  Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone claimed on Sunday that this season's controversial new Formula One rules were "unacceptable" to fans and changes were needed."I don't think the way things are at the moment are acceptable to the public," Ecclestone told www.autosport.com ahead of Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix."People buying tickets to come here expect to see what Formula 1 used to be," he said.The engineering marvels that are propelling F1 cars faster than before, but at a fraction of the noise and with less fuel, have not been widely welcomed in a world that revels in the roar of machinery.World champion Sebastian Vettel has led the chorus of...
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