Red Bull has come up with a cunning plan to keep Adrian Newey out of the clutches of its key rivals, according to the German magazine Auto Motor und Sport.
In the past weeks, there have been reports of audacious offers to woo F1's most highly rated designer.
Ferrari's offer reportedly topped $20 million per year, while it was also rumoured that Mercedes expressed interest.
"We made him no offer," team chairman Niki Lauda insists. Nonetheless, Newey is understandably in high demand, given his astonishing title hit-rate.
But the 55-year-old is also unashamedly frustrated with the state of today's formula one, featuring ever-restrictive technical regulations.
"What you can do...
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