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Adrian Newey fires warning about 2026 F1 cars

Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey has warned that the current Formula 1 cars are likely to be the 'fastest for some time', with the famous engineer admitting that the cars are set to become 'quite a lot slower' in 2026. 2026 will see the next revolutionary change of the sport's regulations, with the power unit regulations set to be turned upside down. From 2026 onwards, F1 will use solely sustainable fuels whilst the new power units will also have three times the electrical power of the current engines, marking a significant change. Despite the changes, the cars will still produce over 1,000 bhp, even though less fuel will be used. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest...
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