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  • Newey to Red Bull.....

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/moto...ne/4416342.stm

    I think the author has his years a bit mixed up, but maybe Adrian is interested in allowing Coulthard to be good on his boasts....before time runs out.

    GV

  • #2
    Hmmm, what's that ringing sound? Oh sorry DC, your time is up.

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    • #3
      Huge! Good for Red Bull, they should be competitive in pretty short order.

      Kind of interesting that Newey had that weird almost-deal with Rahal where Jaguar announced he was coming and then he didn't... and now he's going to the same team under the new Red Bull name.

      jono

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      • #4
        Unbelievable coup for Red Bull. Obviously this won't have that much affect on the '06 car, but it will be interesting to see what they come up with in '07. Will this attact a full-factory engine deal?

        I'd say this increases the "Kimi to Ferrari" odds quite a bit--assuming a deal is not already done.

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        • #5
          Well we all new Newey was looking to move and probably after being under the thumb of Patrick Head at Williams and the ultra corporate culture at McLaren, I guess that the party-time atmosphere at Red Bull will be something different for Newey....Now is you're JPM or Kimi you've got to be asking yourself how long before McLaren goes to being a mid-pack team....Still a great move by Red Bull!
          Ferris

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          • #6
            Ever since Newey's aborted move to Jag, McLaren must have felt that his days with the team were numbered. Then there was the talk of Newey designing an America's Cup boat. I bet Ron and co have been working to fill the gaps, errr, I mean Paragon, with some talented replacements.

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            • #7
              Incidentally, I read an interview with Ron Dennis a couple of years ago and he was asked who was the most fiercely competitive person he had worked with in F1. Of course I expected the answer to be Senna. But no - it was Newey!

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