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Red Bull engine switch has re-sparked Adrian Newey's desire to work in F1

Helmut Marko has said that Red Bull has revived Adrian Newey's passion for Formula 1.   In recent years Newey has been working on multiple projects outside of Formula 1. The engineer was part of Ben Ainslie's Americas Cup team and Ashton Martins Hypercar Valkyrie.  Red Bull's motorsport advisor, Helmut Marko, believes that Red Bulls switch to Honda has re-sparked Newey's passion for Formula 1.  "Newey doesn't want a normal working day anymore," said Marko to motorsport.com. "He is working for us on a daily allowance. He was very fascinated and interested in the Valkyrie project. "You always need new tasks for him. If Newey knows that you have no...
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