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You claimed that Newey has instant impact. I pointed out that he joined Red Bull in 2006, four years before Vettel won the 2010 WDC for Newey. At this point you could admit you were wrong, or you could try to change the subject. You chose the latter tack.
Let me point out something else - the claim for the brilliance of the Newey designed Red Bull rests entirely on the accomplishments of one driver - Vettel. Nobody else in the Newey designed cars has done much of anything. Not Coulthard, not Webber, not Vitantonio Liuzzi, not Sebastien Bourdais, not Jaime Alguersuari. Jamie has an article an the BBC website on how great Newey's cars are. He never mentioned why he never scored a point while driving one.