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Newey will lead Red Bull RB11 design then step back

Adrian Newey at the drawing board Adrian Newey has confirmed that he is still heading up and very much involved in the the design of next year's Red Bull – the RB11. The paddock drew breath in Montreal when the world champion team announced that the Briton, the only undisputed ‘genius' engineer in Formula 1, is stepping back from the front line. Red Bull has managed to keep the 55-year-old from the clutches of high-paying rivals like Ferrari by giving him an ‘Advanced Technologies Centre' to indulge his desire for other design projects outside of Formula 1. Newey admitted he is frustrated with the ever-restrictive rules in Formula 1, urging a 're-think' that could...
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