If there's one thing people want changed in Formula One, it's the engine sound. Drivers and fans alike have complained for the past couple of seasons about the decision to switch from naturally aspirated V8s to muted turbo-V6s. The engines are here to stay for 2017, but thanks to some clever editing, we can see how this season's F1 cars sound like with V8s, V10s, and V12s instead.
Using video footage from coverage of testing in Barcelona last week, Youtuber was able to overlay engine sounds from previous years of F1 cars zipping around the track in perfect synchronization. It looks shockingly realistic, and nails down how the cars would sound on track accelerating through corners and diving into braking zones.
If you're tired of hearing muffled turbo engines fly by at your local Grand Prix, try this video instead. It's a joy to watch, and gives us hope that maybe F1 could go back to natural aspiration some time in the future.