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Newey fears rules turning F1 into one-make series

Adrian Newey has expressed concern that Formula 1 is effectively turning into a one-make series because the rules surrounding the cars design are becoming too restrictive. As new innovations come along, they're often banned the next season because of the cost involved in developing them or the fact they take advantage of 'grey' areas in the rules. For example the F-duct, double diffuser and next season Coanda exhausts will be outlawed. The Red Bull designer believes that's leading to stagnation and he fears fans will be turned away. "If the regulations continue to become ever more restrictive we'll eventually get the point where the car's more or less designed by the rulebook,"...
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