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Webber: People will get over engine noise

– Mark Webber says people "will get over" the sound of Formula 1's new turbocharged V6 engines. Criticism of the changes from fans and key paddock figures has dominated the sport in recent weeks, with Sebastian Vettel's vibrant description generating the biggest attention at last weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix. But unlike the majority of his peers, Webber – preparing for a sportscar return with Porsche – reckons it will only be a matter of time before the matter is brushed aside, arguing that motorsport will forever seek progress. "I think it's a little bit better live than it is on TV," said Webber, when asked about the situation by talkSPORT. "But I...
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