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‘He cannot accept that': Ex-F1 champion opens up on Adrian Newey

Four-time Formula 1 World Champion Alain Prost has recalled his time working alongside Red Bull chief technology officer Adrian Newey, somebody he's both 'loved talking to' but also seen very 'angry' in recent years. Newey is arguably one of the greatest engineers Formula 1 has ever seen, with the Red Bull chief having designed 23 championship winning cars, both Constructors' and Drivers' Championships combined. His last two designs are perhaps his best to-date, with Red Bull's RB18 having claimed 17 wins last season, whilst this year's RB19 has secured consecutive 1-2 finishes at the opening two races of 2023. Newey's first title-winning car was Williams' FW14B in 1993, which Prost drove...
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