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Button: If drivers don't like the new sound go and race somewhere else

Button: If drivers don't like the new sound go and race somewhere else 27 March, 2014 Jenson Button has reacted to Sebastian Vettel's disdain of the Formula 1 new era sound, by saying if drivers do not like it they can go drive elsewhere. The McLaren driver, World Champion in 2009, didn't like the sound of all the moaning about the ‘new' face of Formula 1. He retorted by saying complaining drivers [like Vettel] should 'Go and race somewhere else if you're not happy here'. According to Auto Motor und Sport, Felipe Massa also can't understand why drivers are suddenly complaining about the sound. 'We have known for years that the V6 with a turbo will not make the same sound as a V8,'...
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