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Noise criticism 'complete nonsense' - Mosley

Max Mosley has called on the FIA to "pay lip service" to Bernie Ecclestone Sutton Images Enlarge Max Mosley has gone a step further in his defence of the V6 turbos by calling on his FIA successor Jean Todt to ignore the "nonsense" criticism about the noise of the new engines. Last week Mosley said F1 was missing an opportunity in how it was failing to explain the new engines to the public properly. Mosley confessed the new formula is not perfect but is convinced criticism over the sounds of the engines will die down over time. "What we've got now is not the ultimate - it should have been four cylinders ideally - but everything's a bit of a compromise," Mosley...
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