Malaysian F1 GP: Does F1 Losses its Excitment?

March 24, 2014


Formula 1 racing circus returning back to Malaysia for its second race in the 2014 calendar this weekend at Sepang International Circuit. In the chaotic 1st race at Albert Park, the top teams were plagued with engine reliability issue where pole sitter, Lewis Hamilton and reigning quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel had their race ended early due to cylinder missfiring. Mercedes GP Petronas driver Nico Rosberg manage to win the race in expense of his trouble team mate. Mercedes GP looks strong duplicating their winter season testing performance. The other team were simply off the pace with only Williams team look to match Mercedes pace.

In case if you are not aware, 2014 season bring major overhaul in F1 in term of engine and regulations after years of no changes. Engine switch from 2.4 liter V8 to 1.6 liter turbocharged hybrid with electric motor to promote greener image on the motor racing. However, the supersonic jet sound on the previous engine is missing on new engine. It makes the track too quite. Aren’t you? The speed of the car maybe the same but F1 without that engine sound in our opinion is too boring. We hope they can do something on it to liven up the race once more. The Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix will be held on Sunday, 30th March.Watch below video to get know how engine sound differences from 2013 to 2014 cars.

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