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Newey fears F1 becoming a spec series

When you’ve achieved what Red Bull Racing’s Adrian Newey has in your chosen occupation, people tend to listen when you speak—especially when you are discussing the regulations that guide your daily efforts. Newey told AUTOSPORT that he feels Formula 1 could be heading down a slippery slope with regards to the new 2014 regulations that ban most of the innovation in aerodynamics over the past three seasons. Blown diffusers, F-ducts, dual diffusers and exhaust-blown diffusers are among those elements Newey feels strongly about. It’s understandable as these are squarely in his sights as a brilliant aerodynamic engineer. Newey said: 'I think what's more of a shame is that most of these...
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