Adrian Newey believes Red Bull will take a hit this year when changes to the exhaust regulations put an end to them being used to increase downforce.
Along with new engine regulations, this year's Championship will also see a change to the rules regarding exhausts.
Teams may only use a single tailpipe that has to be angled upwards. This will put an end to exhaust gases being used for aerodynamic effect.
And Newey feels Red Bull will be hardest hit by the new rules.
"There is almost no effect from the exhaust with the further single pipe exit position and the fact that the turbocharger takes a lot of the energy in any case, so there's virtually nothing left," he told James Allen...
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