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Mosley: Formula 1 has missed an opportunity

– Former FIA President Max Mosley believes that Formula 1 has missed an opportunity by not properly promoting the new V6 power units to the public. The noise emitted by the power units has come under fire in 2014, with Bernie Ecclestone and Sebastian Vettel among several high profile figures who have criticised the sound of the engines. Mosley was President of the FIA until 2009 and is willing to shoulder the blame for the noise deficit but insists that the new noise is 'better for families'. "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 actually like...
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