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NEWS IN BRIEF

NEWEY PROPOSES WINDTUNNEL BAN

Red Bull’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey believes restricting resources such as windtunnels will boost creativity. Speaking to Sky Sports F1, he said: “It would be possible to come up with a set of regulations that would reward creativity more than simply the number of people. You could restrict research resources more heavily, scrap windtunnels and be more restricted on the CFD runs. If you restrict the resources there wouldn’t be [any] point having so many engineers.”

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