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'Megaphone exhaust' makes no difference - Rosberg

Nico Rosberg was the first to trial a megaphone exhaust system on a current Formula One car in a trial to increase the noise generated by the hybrid 1.6l turbo engines. Still in the first testing phase, the team ran a widened exhaust early in the morning to create some on-track data about the new system. Sadly for its inventors however, Rosberg did not notice much of a difference compared to a regular exhaust pipe. 'Everyone was talking about the exhaust but to be honest I didn't notice much difference in the sound', Rosberg said. 'Of course, we're happy to try these things if that's what the FIA and the fans want us to do. But perhaps this was not the right solution.' While it's still...
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