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Drivers not happy with new F1 engines

– David Coulthard has said the drivers' are not happy with the new V6 power units introduced this season because the driving experience is no longer as 'pure'.Coulthard, who raced in Formula 1 from 1994 to 2008 and who is now an F1 pundit for BBC Sport, added most have concerns about the changes brought in for the 2014 F1 season, although a lot of have kept such views private."They are not happy," the Scot told AOL Cars. "The marketers love it because it gives them a reason to put their investment into F1, and I completely understand that, but the drivers are not enjoying driving the cars this year."Nico [Rosberg] and Lewis [Hamilton] are probably a bit happier as...
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