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Ex-Red Bull design chief doesn't want Aston Martin to copy them

Red Bull finally ended their constructors’ title drought in 2022, with their previous victory coming in 2013 as Sebastian Vettel claimed his fourth consecutive drivers’ championship. The team’s success was partially down to the failures of Ferrari and Mercedes under the new regulations, however you can only beat what is in front of you as the team comfortably took home their first title as a team in nine years. Dan Fallows worked as the aerodynamic chief at Red Bull as part of his 16 years with the team, before departing for Aston Martin at the start of the year, and has revealed how the energy drink giants have been constantly so good. “They’ve managed to, over a period of...
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