Adrian Newey spotted at Ferrari amid fresh rumors of Red Bull exit

Adrian Newey spotted at Ferrari amid fresh rumors of Red Bull exit

Adrian Newey it was recently spotted at Bologna airport amid rumors that the creative genius of Red Bull F1 has received an offer to join. Ferrari to start. The current uncertainty surrounding Red Bull has led to suggestions that Newey, the most successful constructor in F1 history, may want to leave the reigning constructors’ champion.

Last month it was supposed to be Adrian Newey rich offer it was offered by Lawrence Stroll to join Aston Martin during the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend. Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack denied in a recent Japanese GP that the Silverstone team had approached Newey, insisting the team were ‘very happy’ with their current technical line-up.

Red Bull’s form is lagging behind despite three wins in the first four races of the season, but its rivals have ‘tasted blood’ since the first sign of tension behind the scenes at F1’s leading team, where Max Verstappen it has been very successful.

This is according to German magazine Auto Motor und Sport, which points to rumors that Newey has also received an offer from Ferrari and was recently spotted at Bologna airport, amid rumors of a move to the Scuderia ‘this time is bad’.

Newey, who turned 65 last December, is said to hate ‘anything more than internal politics’ within the team, with a power struggle between team boss Christian Horner and long-time adviser Helmut Marko putting Red Bull’s rivals on edge. .

In his 2017 autobiography, Newey pointed to the culture at the Red Bull team – which was crowned world champion for the first time in 2010, just five years after joining the grid – as an explanation for his decision to stay.

He said: “We went from a joke in the paddock, an outsider, a liquor company, to four-time world champions and we did it the old-fashioned way, with principles that for me were based on the true spirit of Motorsport.

“I thought at the beginning of the 2012 season, when we had automatically I could not find it, and I remembered with pride that we put our shoulders to the wheel. We kept a good head, worked on it and solved the problem.”