Newey: No one will dominate this year

Newey: No one will dominate this year

Red Bull's design genius reckons that Formula 1's tightly defined regulations will make it very difficult for anyone to steal a march in the second half of the 2012 season, reports Edd Straw

Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey doubts any one team can emerge as a dominant force after the August F1 break.

The 2012 season is one of the most open in recent years, with five different teams winning races so far. Newey sees no reason for the pattern to change when racing gets underway again in Belgium at the start of September, even though the competitive order has become clearer in recent races.

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