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Red Bull 'stands to lose the most again' - Newey

Getty Images Enlarge Adrian Newey admits the regulation changes for 2014 are likely to hurt Red Bull more than any other team. With new engine regulations coming in to effect - ultimately taking one aspect of competitiveness out of Red Bull's hands - it is the aerodynamic side which Newey is fearful of. He told James Allen on F1 that the lack of opportunity to exploit gases from the exhausts would cost Red Bull the most having previously been strong in that area. "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," Newey said....
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