Jenson Button has told all those complaining about the new sound of F1 to "go and race something else."
In the wake of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, Formula One's new quieter sound came in for a lot of criticism.
Fans were unhappy with the much quieter sound of the new 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines while even some drivers had a go at it.
Speaking ahead of round two in Malaysia, reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel said it sounds "s**t."
Button, however, says if people are going to complain they should just leave.
Asked for his thoughts on the criticism, the McLaren driver said: "Go and race something else if you're not happy.
"As drivers we...
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