Chief Technical Officer Red Bull Racing in Formula 1 he has been working since he started working for the team March 1988, but did not miss a single season during that time. Given this and the fact that it enters the middle 60s, one would think that he may have already started planning his own retirement.
But more on that he did not begin to think and partly due to the fact that it also works outside Formula 1, still enjoys what he does. “I always wonder that”He told colleagues from car engine and sport, who asked him when he would retire. “If you had asked me 10 or 15 years ago if I was still here today, I would have said no. I'm still here now. I no longer spend as many hours in the office as I used to and make sure my life outside of Formula 1 is not neglected. I also stay awake with other projects like Aston Martin Valkyrie. There are a few other things in the pipeline that I can’t talk about yet."
All applications Neweya in sports they were focused on technically plat things being British he was never a team leader. He is happy with this and intends to keep things that way for the rest of his life motorsport careers, where the work he was accustomed to always encouraged him. “I love designing things and working on a race car with colleagues and racers. In my career, I have been fortunate to have been able to design a wide variety of racing cars over many periods. I have always remained true to this passion. I was never interested in becoming a team boss or manager. Yes, I have been here for a long time, but I also know that I would be bored if I sat at home all day and only took care of my garden. I need something that stimulates me."