Adrian Newey, 1 of Formula One particular’s most renowned designers, has renewed his contract with Oracle Purple Bull Racing. Christian Horner, the group principal of Purple Bull, has expressed his delight that Newey has formally committed to the team after joining in 2006. There has been no formal announcement regarding the terms of Newey’s new contract. Horner reiterated his perception that Adrian Newey has been an essential figure in Purple Bull since its inception. In an interview with, he described Newey as “essential” to the team.

Horner cited Newey’s adaptability in multiple roles, experience, and expertise as reasons for his value to the team. Horner also praised Newey’s collaboration with other senior team members, including F1 technical director Pierre Wache and powertrains chief Ben Hodgkinson. Horner believes that the team’s structure allows Newey to utilise his skills in multiple areas as opposed to concentrating on a single subject.

Newey has won ten System 1 constructors’ championships.

In addition to his design expertise, Newey’s proficiency in Powertrains and Red Bull State-of-the-art Engineering makes him an asset to the team. Horner believes that the team’s new offer will allow them to attract more purchasers in upcoming seasons.

According to Horner, Newey has demonstrated a strong commitment to the team’s plans to produce its own engines beginning in 2026, and he sees a long-term opportunity in the concept.

Newey is widely regarded as one of F1’s most successful car designers, having won championships for Williams, McLaren, and Red Bull during his illustrious tenure. His expertise has helped him win a staggering 10 Formula One Constructors’ World Championships, which is awarded to the team that accumulates the most points over the course of a year. His championship-winning vehicles include the Williams FW14B (1992), the Williams FW15C (1993), the Williams FW16 (1994), the McLaren MP4/13 (1998), the McLaren MP4/14 (1999), the McLaren MP4-15 (2000), the Renault R25 (2005), the Red Bull RB6 (2010), the Red Bull RB7 (2011), the Red Bull RB9 (2013), and the Red Bull RB18 (2022).

His contribution to the sport cannot be exaggerated, nor does his commitment to Pink Bull signify a significant increase for the team’s prospective clients in the upcoming seasons.