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F1 regulations too restrictive – Newey

Red Bull Racing chief technical officer Adrian Newey believes Formula 1′s technical regulations are becoming too restrictive, adding the sport is in danger of becoming GP1. Newey is regarded as one of the best car designers to ever work in the sport, but he will take a step back from his work with Red Bull's F1 team in 2015, remaining in an advisory role, to focus on new projects. Feeder categories GP2 and GP3 use identical cars, with the focus being on the talent of the driver rather than the design of the machine. Newey fears F1 is heading in a similar direction, with less opportunity to be creative thanks to the limits on car development. 'There have been a whole host of factors...
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