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Formula One Engine Sound To Be Replaced By High Pitch Whine Of Bernie Ecclestone

Grand Prix supremo Bernie Ecclestone has responded to claims that the new Formula One engines are not loud enough, vowing to personally fix the problem.

New modifications to the chassis will allow Mr Ecclestone to be attached to the nose cone of the pole position car. As the car drives around the circuit Ecclestone will make an ear-splitting noise that he promises will bring the ‘sexiness’ back to F1 racing.

“I’ll be sharing my views on Hitler, gays, women, as well as the pros and cons of democratically elected governments, all at top volume. It’ll certainly create a unique atmosphere, ” he said today.

The changes will be made in time for the Malaysian Grand Prix, which starts later this month.

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