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Newey commits future to Red Bull with new deal

Speculation surrounding Adrian Newey's future was ended on Sunday after Red Bull announced the British designer had agreed a new deal to keep him at the company for the foreseeable future. The 55-year-old won't however remain in his current position as chief technical officer of Red Bull Racing, his duties and responsibilities will change and he might even work on projects away from the F1 team altogether. Team principal Christian Horner was however delighted to confirm the deal during the Canadian Grand Prix weekend. "It is great that we have come to an agreement that will continue to advise and mentor the team going forward," he said. "There are some exciting new projects...
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