Secrets of F1's greatest 'dinosaur' mind

Secrets of F1's greatest 'dinosaur' mind

Super-successful but secretive Adrian Newey opens up to MAURICE HAMILTON about why he thinks of himself as "a bit of a dinosaur", why he's never worked for Ferrari, and what it was like remembering the death of Ayrton Senna

Adrian Newey OBE: the only Formula 1 designer responsible for championship-winning cars with three different teams; Williams, McLaren and Red Bull. Sought after by Ferrari. And now the author of How to Build a Car.

That's a racing car, of course. Given the secretive nature of the business, not to mention Newey's low profile, it's worth finding out just how much this essentially private man wants to reveal. On the basis of previous enlightening and honest chats, I can only assume it will make illuminating reading.

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