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Ferrari admit Adrian Newey rejected them after Mercedes tried to sign him

The Formula 1 tug-of-war for Adrian Newey extends to Ferrari. Piero Ferrari, vice chairman of the Italian company, and son of founder Enzo Ferrari, has made no secret of the team's approach for Newey. “He said no to (Luca di) Montezemolo and to Jean Todt,' he said. “Apparently he doesn’t want to move – he likes to stay in England. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies “And apart from that, his undisputed skills aside, he doesn’t do it alone. He has very good people around him.” Ferrari stated. Mercedes have also made attempts to lure Newey But Piero Ferrari wasn't the only man hoping to secure the signature of Red Bull's Newey. Recent reports have...
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