Adrian Newey exit confirmed as Red Bull and Horner release statements | F1 | Sport




Horner was among those thanked by Newey, as the team principal paid homage to his 65-year-old colleague, who will continue with Red Bull until 2025. “All of our greatest moments from the past 20 years have come with Adrian’s hand on the technical tiller," Horner added. "His vision and brilliance have helped us to 13 titles in 20 seasons.

"His exceptional ability to conceptualise beyond F1 and bring wider inspiration to bear on the design of grand prix cars, his remarkable talent for embracing change and finding the most rewarding areas of the rules to focus on, and his relentless will to win have helped Red Bull Racing to become a greater force than I think even the late Dietrich Mateschitz might have imagined.

"More than that, the past 19 years with Adrian have been enormous fun. For me, when Adrian joined Red Bull, he was already a superstar designer. Two decades and 13 Championships later he leaves as a true legend. He is also my friend and someone I will be eternally grateful to for everything he brought to our partnership. The legacy he leaves behind will echo through the halls of Milton Keynes and RB17 Track Car will be a fitting testament and legacy to his time with us.”



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Posted: 2024-05-01 11:18:58

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