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F1 missing an opportunity with V6 turbos - Mosley

Getty Images Enlarge Ex-FIA president Max Mosley believes Formula One is missing an opportunity by not explaining the new V6 turbo engines to the public properly. The new era of the sport has attracted high-profile criticism as Bernie Ecclestone, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo and even world champion Sebastian Vettel have picked holes in the 2014 formula. One common theme among all the critics has been the lack of noise generated by the new engines, which Mosley is willing to take some of the blame for. "If anybody should be 'blamed' it's me,' he told the Daily Mail. "We were the ones who looked at bringing in the new technology. It was 10 years in the making, and I...
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