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Newey says he is staying at Red Bull

Red Bull technical head Adrian Newey has moved to quash speculation that he could be tempted by a big money bid from Formula One rivals Ferrari. "I remain committed to Red Bull for the foreseeable future," the 55-year-old Briton said in a statement at the Monaco Grand Prix. Newey is the sport's most highly-rated and rewarded designer, having produced championship-winning cars for three teams - Williams, McLaren and Red Bull - in his illustrious career. Red Bull, who have been outperformed by Mercedes this season, have won the last four drivers' and constructors' championships with 26-year-old German Sebastian Vettel. Newey has been linked to Ferrari in the past as well as a...
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