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ty.before last week, there was aa distinct possibility, even probality that merc would pull out of f1, other than as an engine manufacturer (even that is false, as the engines are basicaly ilmors), but having signed a committment to three deal for an "epic" driver, they wouldnt pull out now!
i think that some reporter has got his wires crossed. as i posted on another thread, bernie has said on a number of occassions, that he liked the v6 turbos, and as so much has been spent developing them, there will be NO turn around.
i like na engines, but the sound does not worry me too much. people loved the high pitched howl of v12s, v16s, and even the previous turbos. and the current v8s do not even sound like big bore v8s.
it is the cylinder capacity that makes the sound, and the v6s could have their sound tuned to placate some