Former FIA president Max Mosley says criticism of the 'new' face of formula one is being powered by those with an "agenda".
Since the sport made its revolutionary switch to the smaller, quieter and greener turbo V6 engines, the loudest critic has been Ferrari.
The current boss of F1's governing body, Jean Todt, is the new champion of the regulations, but they were actually the brainchild of Briton Mosley, who initially wanted the engines to be even quieter four-cylinder ones.
He said the old V8s were "dinosaurs".
"It's a really interesting technology and it's change," Mosley told Reuters when discussing the controversial new V6s.
"If you don't have change,...
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