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Newey to remain on course with Red Bull 2023 design

Adrian Newey, Red Bull's chief technical officer, says his design department will continue in 2023 to put its trust in the concept that massively rewarded the team this season. Red Bull clinched both the Drivers' and the Constructors' championship in 2022, thanks to the technical excellence of its new-generation RB18 that delivered 17 wins to its drivers, 15 of which were enjoyed by Verstappen. A new season will inevitably spawn new ideas, and while Red Bull will certainly roll out its fair share of innovations when its RB19 hits the track next year, the car's basic design will not reflect a radical departure from this year's winning contender. ©RedBull "We will continue to develop...
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