Adrian Newey Opens Up About Red Bull Exit

Adrian Newey has commented for the first time on his departure from Red Bull beyond the institutional statements. He has been the most talked-about man in recent hours: everyone in the Miami paddock is talking about him, including team principals.

With his departure from Red Bull, Adrian Newey has become the center of the Formula 1 market: everyone wants him, someone will get him, and as we’ve been saying for weeks, Ferrari is in pole position to secure the British genius.

For the first time, directly in the Miami paddock, the 65-year-old has commented on his departure beyond the institutional statements released to Red Bull channels: Newey confirmed the need for rest from F1 already emphasized by Christian Horner (the Milton Keynes team had already communicated his departure from the F1 project in the official announcement).

His next adventure in the Circus? Newey did not want to reveal too much in front of the cameras: “It’s been 18 extraordinary years, I started with Red Bull when it was a very young team and I was involved in its growth.

“I had no idea we would come to this point, but it’s been a fantastic journey with them,” he told Martin Brundle for Sky Sports UK.

“It’s been amazing to work with fantastic boys and girls in the factory and with the team on the track.

“Now I’ll try to enjoy life with my family, maybe with a few more trips, but for now, I don’t have any plans. Does everyone want me? Honestly, it’s very kind of them to say these nice things about me, and I’m flattered, but for the moment, I just want to take a little break, then I’ll see what happens.”

With these words, Newey indirectly refuted the hypothesis that he would retire at the end of his contract with Red Bull.