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@webberton - don't feel sorry for Adrian Newey. There are certain people who just absolutely love solving problems and he's one if those. The more restrictions and changes they throw at him the more inventive he becomes. He may not have invented anything as fundamental to the structure of an F1 car as Colin Chapman did (for instance, making the engine a load bearing part of the car) but his design genius going back a quarter of a century now must mean he's up there among the all time greats. I just hope we see more good looking cars on the grid after so many ugly stepped nose jobs in 2012. Last year of the V8s, lets have some great shapes please!

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