Why Ferrari doesn't need Adrian Newey

Why Ferrari doesn't need Adrian Newey

While any team would benefit from having one of the greatest technical minds in motorsport history on its side, EDD STRAW argues that Ferrari already has strong technical leadership

Adrian Newey has become the ultimate panacea for all Formula 1 teams, as if simply acquiring his services guarantees an endless stream of silverware, as sure as his absence condemns a squad to years in the competitive wilderness.

Ferrari does not have Newey on its side. And, given that team principal Marco Mattiacci and the man himself have downplayed the possibility of this happening, it doesn't seem likely it will any time soon.

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