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Newey: RB 10 over-heating at Jerez was a result of aggressive packaging

Newey: RB 10 over-heating at Jerez was a result of aggressive packaging 17 February, 2014 Adrian Newey takes some of the blame for Red Bull RB10 problems Adrian Newey has admitted that one of the issues that afflicted the Red Bull RB10, during Jerez testing last month, was down to overheating caused by the aggressive aero packaging, not helped by the Renault V6 turbo's propensity to run extremely hot, as we reported in the aftermath of Jerez testing [here]. Speaking to about 200 guests at the RAC's Annual Motoring Dinner, Newey revealed, 'What stopped us at Jerez  was a problem where the bodywork local to the exhaust was catching fire.' 'Hands up on our side because that was a Red Bull...
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