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Newey linked with America's Cup role

Acclaimed sailor Sir Ben Ainslie has revealed that Adrian Newey is eager to be part of the British America's Cup challenge. Newey recently signed a new deal with Red Bull Racing which will see him be involved with projects outside of F1, and Ainslie claims the aerodynamics expert will join his team if he able to come to an agreement with RBR. "He's keen to help us, but he has a lot of other commitments with F1," Ainslie told BBC's Radio 5 Live. "We've just got to see how his timing works out in the coming months and years but he would be a huge asset. "There has been a lot of talk about Adrian joining the team and I have met with him a number of times. He's a fantastic...
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