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Newey: 2026 F1 regulations going to be a strange formula

Adrian Newey, Red Bull's tech boss, admitted the new 2026 Formula 1 power units with a 50-50 internal combustion to electrical power ratio will create a strange formula. As we edge closer towards F1's next regulation reset in 2026, more and more details are being revealed, some worrying, others interesting - positive or negative being too early of a judgement. The latest
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