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Horner in Newey admission as Brown backs Norris to trump Verstappen - RacingNews365 Review

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Christian Horner has provided an insight into the structure Red Bull maintained during the Adrian Newey era to "accommodate" his traditional working methods.

The team principal of the Milton Keynes-based squad stated the set-up of the engineering room at the constructors' champions "evolved around" the outgoing chief technical officer.

READ MORE: Horner details Red Bull need to 'accommodate' Newey

Norris 'faster' than Verstappen - Brown

Zak Brown has asserted that Lando Norris is "faster" in terms of raw talent than triple-world champion Max Verstappen but admitted a title fight between the pair “would end in tears".

Norris was able to get the better of Verstappen at the Miami Grand Prix, taking his first grand prix victory in start number 110.

READ MORE: Norris 'faster' than Verstappen - Brown

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Albon sparks suggestion of Williams F1 exit

Alex Albon has refused to confirm that he will be racing for Williams in 2025.

The Thai-British driver was touted as a candidate for the vacant seat at Mercedes when Lewis Hamilton confirmed he would depart for Ferrari next year.

READ MORE: Albon sparks suggestion of Williams F1 exit

Hamilton reacts as former key ally moves on

Lewis Hamilton has provided insight into the impact of Angela Cullen after the New Zealander took on a new role in motorsport.

At the start of last year's campaign, Hamilton confirmed he had split with long-time trainer Cullen who was often seen by his side during grand prix weekends.

READ MORE: Hamilton reacts as former key ally moves on

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Audi F1 opportunity a 'white piece of paper' - Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg will leave Haas at the end of 2024 to join the Audi F1 project, something the German says is a "white piece of paper" in terms of expectations.

The 36-year-old signed on to a three-year deal which will see him first team up with Stake F1 before the Sauber entry transitions to the works Audi team for the 2026 season.

READ MORE: Audi F1 opportunity a 'white piece of paper' - Hulkenberg

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