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Newey calls for regulation re-think

Adrian Newey believes F1 is in “grave danger” of being hurt by its own regulations due to the engine freezes. Red Bull has struggled relative to Mercedes this season with the dominant difference between the two teams coming from their power units. While Renault has had a tough start, it can only make small improvements after the engine hardware had to be frozen pre-season, and Newey believes that could lead to a situation where one team's advantage is locked in in future. "The current set of regulations are engine orientated,” Newey said. "At some point in the coming years presumably that will settle down. There is a grave danger, with the freeze happening progressively...
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