SEPTEMBER 6, 2013
Sutil thinks F1's V6 move not exciting
Adrian Sutil has admitted he is not overly excited about F1's move to turbo V6 power next year.
Before the sport begins its seven-race overseas trek to finish the 2013 season, Sunday's Italian grand prix will be the last race in Europe with V8 power.
"Then you will say to yourself 'Ok, that was the V8, unfortunately, now comes the V6'," the Force India driver is quoted by Speed Week.
"I would like to say I'm looking forward to the V12, but unfortunately that's not really the case.
"The turbos are definitely interesting, but I have always said that the V12 is my favourite engine," added Sutil.
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