Former FIA President Max Mosley believes his successor Jean Todt should only pay "lip service" at most to the critics of F1's new 'green' formula.The sport's shift to hybrid technology - more specifically the noise made by F1's new V6 turbo - has been a hot topic of debate since the season got underway in Melbourne last month.
So aghast were Australian GP promoters by the muted strains of the new power units that legal action was even mentioned. F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone - a long-time opponent of the changes - has also spoken out while World Champion Sebastian Vettel described the engine noise as "sh*t" at the Malaysian GP.
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