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F1 prepared to bring the noise to 2030 engines – report

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has said the series is evaluating options to add more noise to the spectacle with the 2030 engines. In the early 2000s, F1 was one of the nosiest spectacles in motorsport, with high-revving, screaming V10s reaching beyond 20,000 rpm. That was diluted slightly with the introduction of V8s in 2006 […]
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