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Newey: A lot of drivers in karting aren't going to school, it's a sham

Adrian Newey Red Bull technical head Adrian Newey raised concern for motorsport's budding young racers on Friday, accusing some parents of risking a bleak future for their children by neglecting their studies. With a youth debate raging in Formula One after Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso announced the signing of 16-year-old Dutch driver Max Verstappen for 2015, Newey was more concerned about educational issues. In a sport that holds that if you are good enough, you are old enough, Formula One's leading designer said he was less worried about age per se and more about what happened to those who failed to make the grade. 'A lot of the drivers in karting and in junior formulas frankly just aren't...
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