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Mosley: 'Quieter engines are better for fans'

Former FIA-president Max Mosley believes the quieter engines, which he says he's to blame (or thank) for, are better for the fans. The 73-year-old had a hand in introducing the new V6 power units when he was president, so accepts some of the criticism, but having lost his own hearing through years of 'loud' engines, he says fans should welcome the new quieter, but just as exciting formula. "If anybody should be 'blamed' it's me," Mosley 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 actually like the noise. "I wear these things in both my ears (hearing aids) because the noise of the engines went...
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