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FIA addressing noise issue

Sutton Images Enlarge FIA president Jean Todt says plans are already underway with engine manufacturers to make the current crop of Formula One cars louder. The new breed of turbo-charged F1 cars have been criticised this year for being too quiet compared to the high-revving V8s that were scrapped at the end of last year. World champion Sebastian Vettel has been among the most vocal opponents to the new power units, describing the sound as "shit" in Malaysia, while Bernie Ecclestone has also called for changes. But Todt believes the volume can be turned up on the new engines without major changes to the regulations and says the governing body is working with the manufacturers to...
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