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When it comes to engine noise, most F1 players are open to turning up the volume of the turbo V6s. "We're examining this problem with the three engine manufacturers involved in F1," said FIA president Jean Todt. However, the Frenchman - who rebuked Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel for using an expletive to describe the quieter sound - said it is obvious that those making the loudest complaining noises are the ones who are struggling. "Do you hear Nico Rosberg complaining?" said Todt. "Did you hear Sebastian Vettel complaining last year?" But even the engine sound will not change unless Mercedes - the dominant V6-powered force - and its happy customers agree....
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