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Ainslie wants Newey for sailing team

– Sir Ben Ainslie, winner of four consecutive Olympic gold sailing medals, says he hopes to get Red Bull design chief Adrian Newey involved in his bid to win the prestigious America's Cup competition with a British team. "Adrian is a big sailing fan," Ainslie, who spoke to Newey at last year's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, told BBC Radio 5 live. "There's the potential for him perhaps to get involved, cast his eye over our design team and what we're looking at doing. "We had a great catch-up but Adrian is committed to F1 for the foreseeable future." Newey has long expressed an interest in the America's Cup, but he is currently contracted to Red Bull until 2017....
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