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On Wednesday, May 1st, Red Bull announced on their social media platforms that they had parted ways with legendary Formula 1 designer Adrian Newey, effective immediately.

Newey will not be involved with Red Bull’s F1 team, working on the Red Bull RB17 in the meantime, and will depart the team after the first quarter of 2025.

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On the eve of the Miami GP Sprint race, reporters asked Hamilton, who will be leaving Mercedes to join Ferrari in 2025, about working with Newey.

He responded that it would be “amazing” if the Prancing Horse were able to sign Newey.

However, Newey for now will look to “enjoy life” rather than make fresh F1 plans, the 65 year old addressed some words after Hamilton’s respond.

Let’s delve deeper into what Adrian Newey said. Did he address Hamilton’s future at Ferrari?

Adrian Newey’s Future Uncertainty: No Plans After Red Bull

Newey joined the Milton Keynes team in 2006, one year after the drinks company arrived on the grid.

His cars have secured Red Bull six constructors championships, totaling 118 victories and 101 poles.

When asked about his plans after leaving Red Bull, he stated that he would enjoy life before making any further F1 plans.

“I think Mandy, my wife, and the dogs, we’ll probably go travelling, we’ll probably get a motorhome or something, go down through France and just enjoy life,” Newey told Sky F1.

“And then maybe at some point, I don’t know when, I’ll be standing in the shower and say, ‘Right, this is going to be the next adventure’,But right now, there is no plan.”

Speculations are linking Ferrari as his most likely destination, with seven-time World Champion Hamilton, who will join the team in 2025, confirming that he would “very much” like to work with Newey at Ferrari.

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Newey feels honored that Hamilton wants to work with him at Ferrari, but he’s sticking to his plan of taking a break after leaving Red Bull.

“Honestly, it’s very kind of Lewis to say that, I’m very flattered,” said Newey.

“But at the moment, it’s just take a little bit of a break and see what happens next.”

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Gaurang is a writer at the SportsOrbit covering articles related to F1,Gaurang was 14 when he cared more about playing football than studying. But when COVID hit and he had to stay home, he discovered Formula 1. It immediately caught his interest. Since then, he's been really into Formula 1, watching every race and learning all about it. He still loves football, but now he's also a big fan of Formula 1, especially Lewis Hamilton. Even though he loves racing, he still looks up to Cristiano Ronaldo as his idol.