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Newey critical of new F1

Adrian Newey has criticised the direction F1 has taken, saying it “should be about man and machine performing at its maximum every single lap”.The new V6 turbo power units feature complex energy recovery systems and are limited by a maximum fuel flow rate in an attempt to make the sport more relevant in terms of road car technology. However, Newey – who has designed all four of Red Bull's championship winning cars – believes the new regulations are flawed and are the wrong direction for the sport to be going in.Asked how he rates the new regulations compared to previous eras of F1 he has worked in, Newey replied: “Ah well, that's a very complicated question is the truthful answer...
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