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At this point the development for 2014 engines is very advanced and the money are already paid. Canceling those motors would only make all this expense pointless. If Bernie doesn't like the sound of the new Ferrari engine, maybe they should change the exhaust.
A secondary, but very important thing: the sound of an F1 engine on TV has little to do with the real sound (frequency and db). There is not a direct relation between the sound of a motor on a dyno and what a spectator would perceive, let alone what the folks at home listen to.