Ecclestone expects Formula 1 engine rule change

Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone has said he expects to get an agreement to change the sport's "unacceptable" engine rules.

The muted sound of the new 1.6 liter V6 turbo hybrid engines has also attracted criticism.

Formula One motor sport boss Bernie Ecclestone

The sport's new fuel limits restrict usage to 100 kilograms per car per race, with the flow never exceeding more than 100 kilograms per hour.

"They can do something about the noise, and they need another 10 kilos of fuel or something," Ecclestone said Sunday ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix. "Everybody will agree to that."

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