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Walker calls for noise fix

Australian Grand Prix boss Ron Walker has called on the sport's powers that be to find an immediate solution to the sound of the 2014 engines.After several years of warning, and despite the assurances of the manufacturers, many fans were less than impressed when the cars took to the streets of Melbourne for the opening round of the 2014 season.While fans of a certain age still lament the days when different cars could be identified by the sound of the engines in the back, be it V8, V12, Flat-12 or whatever, even the recent era of V10s and then V8s allowed for a certain sound.However, in the eyes (and ears) of many, the sport's shift to greener values and the consequent move to hybrid V6...
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