Quiet? No excitement? Here's proof that 2014's V6 F1 engines are anything but quiet. Take a first listen to Honda's...Honda has released a recording of its new F1 engine which was recently fired up for the first time. It kind of silences the critics.The engine is being developed for the 2015 season in which Honda will participate under a joint project with McLaren.Manabu Nishimae, president of Honda Motor Europe, said: "It is exciting to hear the cry of our new-born Formula 1 engine for the first time. Our engineers are working hard to develop it and we are all looking forward to the start of the 2015 season."Listen to the new engine howlHonda will be in charge of the development, manufacture and supply of the engine, including the required energy recovery system, while McLaren will be in charge of the development and manufacture of the chassis, as well as the management of the new team, McLaren Honda.From 2014, F1 regulations dictate the introduction of a 1.6-litre direct injection turbocharged V6 engine with energy recovery systems. The opportunity to further develop these powertrain technologies through the challenge of racing was central to Honda's decision to participate in F1.Throughout its history, Honda says, it has passionately pursued improvements to the efficiency of the internal combustion engine and, in more recent years, the development of pioneering energy management technologies such as hybrid systems."Participation in Formula 1 under these new regulations will encourage even further technological progress in both these areas," the automaker says. "Furthermore, a new generation of Honda engineers can experience the challenges and the thrills of operating at the pinnacle of motorsport."Honda will base its European racing operation in Milton Keynes, England, from June 2014.