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Newey’s departure will have a big effect on Red Bull, says Wache

Red Bull will feel the loss chief technical officier Adrian Newey, claims the Milton Keynes-based outfit's technical director Pierre Wache, who has been working together with the start desginer since 2013. Adrian Newey announced earlier this month that he will leave Red Bull Racing in the first quarter of 2025. The rest of the year will see him continue to work with the team, but he will scale down his involvement in the F1 department of Red Bull. He will switch his focus on the development of the hypercar project of the company instead. The star designer, who has won twelve Constructors' Championships with three different Formula One teams, has not announced his future plans, but he...
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