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Todt resists demand for rule changes

FIA president Jean Todt says Formula 1 will improve the sound of its new engines, but dismissed demands from Ferrari and Red Bull for rule changes. Todt, the head of motor sport's world governing body, said he could 'not just listen to all the influential people'. He said: 'Do you hear [championship leader] Nico Rosberg complaining? Did you hear [world champion] Sebastian Vettel complaining last year? Continue reading the main story “F1 is extreme from first to last. It is the engine music and not too complicated rules” Luca Di Montezemolo Ferrari president 'Those doing well aren't complaining, those that aren't, are.' For the rules to be changed mid-season, unanimous approval...
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