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Newey could return if regulations change

– Renowned designer Adrian Newey says he could be tempted to make a full-time return to Formula 1 in future seasons, but only if the sport's currently "restrictive" technical regulations are changed.Red Bull ended speculation over Newey's future by announcing a fresh "multi-year agreement" ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, but the Briton is being cut loose from Formula 1 to work on a variety of side projects.F1's new technical era, featuring turbocharged power units, reduced aerodynamics and stringent fuel limits, has split opinion throughout the pit lane, with Newey particularly aggrieved by the lack of design opportunity.But if the rule makers make adjustments...
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