Newey is concerned that new rules make Formula 1 more dangerous? 28 January, 2014 Adrian Newey speaks to media during day one of testing at Jerez Formula One's 2014 regulations may have made the sport more dangerous rather than improving driver safety as intended, Red Bull's title-winning technical wizard Adrian Newey said on Tuesday.
The Briton, who designed the Williams that Brazilian triple champion Ayrton Senna died in 20 years ago as the sport's last driver fatality, voiced his fears at the start of pre-season testing in southern Spain.
Newey warned that the cars' lower noses, already a talking point because of their ugliness, could lead to a driver's head being more exposed in...
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