F1 boss vows to carry back the roar
By: GMM on March 18, 2014
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Red Bull Racing has voiced its displeasure with the sound of the new engines.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has vowed to get to operate on producing Formula One particular loud once again. The F1 chief executive explained he is “horrified” by the purring tones of the new turbo V6 era, arguing it will drive race promoters and spectators away.
Ecclestone was vital of the new engine formula long before the first one.6-liter power unit was fired up, but his most current remarks adhere to Formula One Australian Grand Prix race organizers’; claim the minimal volume may possibly even be a breach of contract.
“It is not what we paid for. It really is going to alter,” Australian Grand Prix chairman Ron Walker told Melbourne’;s Age newspaper.
Walker mentioned he has spoken to his pal Ecclestone presently, while Ecclestone explained he has been on the telephone to FIA president Jean Todt.
“What I have said is that we need to have to see regardless of whether there is some way of making them sound like racing autos,” Ecclestone advised the Telegraph. “I do not know whether it is feasible, but we should investigate. I believe let’;s get the initial number of races out of the way and then perhaps appear to do anything. We can’;t wait all season. It could be too late by then.”
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