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'Noise debate has life of its own'

Rob White reckons Formula 1 has overplayed the noise debate and should just get back to racing. During Wednesday's test at Barcelona, Mercedes ran a megaphone exhaust tailpipe in the hope that it would boost the sound of the engine. It didn't. Mercedes vowed not to give up although White reckons it is time to do just that. "It's not something that can be permitted to take on a life of its own and overtake everything else that's going on," the Renault Sport deputy told Autosport. "We've got to go racing and operate within the existing regulations. "The work on the sound is being done for the greater good, [but] it doesn't feel like something we should get too...
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