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Ferrari wants Brawn, Bell and Newey - report

May 13, 2014 .- Bob Bell could be the next piece of the puzzle, as Ferrari looks to end its slump and return to the top of formula one. Already reported by multiple authoritative sources is that the fabled Maranello team is prepared to 'break the bank' and sign Red Bull's Adrian Newey, who is already paid a rumoured $12 million per year. "Ferrari badly want Adrian Newey," a Ferrari source told the Guardian newspaper. "I don't know whether they have talked to him yet, but if not, they will." But Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said the 55-year-old is happy at Milton Keynes. "He has made his feelings clear to me about the team," Horner commented after the...
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