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Mosley backs Todt stance on noise

– Former FIA President Max Mosley has backed the way his successor Jean Todt is handling the noise 'issue' with the new V6 power units and he has said he would have taken a similar approach. F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone and four-time Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel are among those who have been critical, the latter describing the sound of the new turbo-charged engines as 's**t'. The FIA has commissioned a study to look into the matter, something the WMSC confirmed on Friday, but Mosley is adamant nothing will ultimately change. "I'd do pretty much what Jean is doing, which is take no notice," Mosley said in an interview with Reuters. "Or pay lip service to the...
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