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Red Bull not worried over Vettel's future despite impending Newey exit

Red Bull Racing is not concerned that Adrian Newey’s decision to step away from Formula One will impact on Sebastian Vettel’s future with the team. Newey announced his intention to scale back his involvement in F1 ahead of Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix, with the 2015 Red Bull car expected to be his final Formula One project for the team before he moves on to pursue other challenges within Red Bull Technology, a move he admitted was driven by the restrictive nature of the current F1 rules. Under the design leadership of Newey, Red Bull has won 48 races and four-consecutive drivers’ and constructors’ since 2010, establishing the team as the most successful in modern Formula One and...
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