Red Bull Racing’s Chief Technical Officer, Adrian Newey, is arguably the most innovative open wheel race car design the world has ever seen. Red Bull put him behind the wheel of two of his groundbreaking Formula 1 car designs. The first is a 1990 Leyton House March that represents the start of an era where Formula 1 cars were starting to tune front wings and underbody trays together as one aerodynamic unit. The second car that Newey drives is the Red Bull Racing RB6 that won the 2010 F1 World Championship. The RB6 represents the era of the exhaust blown rear diffuser where teams were changing engine mapping so that the exhaust from the engine was providing extra rear downforce. Newey obviously has full trust in his work as he shows what David Coulthard calls a “10 out of 10 for commitment” around Silverstone.
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