In the round-up: Red Bull’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey doubts the value of F1’s engine regulations.
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Adrian Newey predicts mixed-up grid but questions F1's future direction (Sky)
"On the engine side, my personal opinion, which I'm sure will be a very controversial one, is that all this blurb which a few manufacturers would like to put out, that it improves their road car product, if that is the case then those manufacturers in the future, five years at the most, should be demonstrably ahead in the automotive sector of their rivals."
Hulkenberg will bring direction to Renault (Autosport)
"Nico will bring a very clear sense of direction in terms of where we need to take the car from a driver's perspective."
AMA1 with CVK - early years and process (Koenigsegg)
"What is the story behind you buying in 1999 the blueprints, machining tools and the patent for an unused 4-litre Carlo Chiti designed Formula One flat-12 engine and was it ever considered for use in Koenigsegg models?"
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On this day in F1
Privateer John Love almost caused a tremendous upset 50 years ago today as he came close to winning the season-opening South African Grand Prix. However the local driver was forced to pit a few laps from the end at Kyalami to top up his fuel tank, letting Pedro Rodriguez in to win for Cooper.