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Newey admits he needed new challenge

Adrian Newey admits the current restrictiveness of the F1 regulations has left him needing a new challenge away from the sport. Red Bull announced that it had signed a new multi-year deal with Newey which would see him focusing more on Red Bull Technology projects and less on the F1 side of things. While the announcement didn't explicitly say so, the implication was that Newey was stepping away from F1 and when asked if he felt the need for a change of tack in his career, Newey replied: "Yes. “When I was lad all I wanted to do was work in motor racing as a designer. I was lucky enough, when I graduated, to get into motor racing as an aerodynamicist, and I've been lucky enough to be...
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