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Ainslie: We re not trying to poach Newey but...

America's Cup winner Sir Ben Ainslie has admitted that he would love to see Adrian Newey involved with a potential British entry to the competition, but insists that he would not look to separate the designer from Red Bull Racing.Ainslie, who was part of a remarkable comeback that saw Oracle Team USA overcome an 8-1 deficit to claim the 34th America's Cup from Emirates Team New Zealand, has welcomed talk of a British entry – which has naturally led to speculation that Newey may turn his back on F1 to indulge his other sporting love, with yacht racing making use of his CFD skills.The pair met at last season's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, adding grist to the rumour mill, but Newey insists that...
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