Newey: 2014 car is cousin to Red Bull RB9 and shares similar traits 2 December, 2013 The Red Bull RB9 was virtually invincible The rules are changing radically over the winter, but keen observers will still spot ‘Red Bull DNA’ at the heart of Adrian Newey’s next creation. The turbo V6 regulations are not the only wholesale changes ahead of the new world championship, as Newey reminded readers of Germany’s Sport Bild magazine that big aerodynamic changes are also on the cards. “The narrower front wing and low nose means that the cars will look a lot different. But you will also recognise some familiar Red Bull characteristics next year,” added Newey. Indeed, Osterreich newspaper said that Newey commonly refers to the 2014 car, the RB10, as “the cousin” of this year’s dominant, title-winning single seater. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsHorner: We will fight all the way to Abu DhabiNewey could design Infiniti supercarInfiniti announce winners of global talent searchHorner wrong to blame Renault for Austria problemsEcclestone: Vettel needs to go where the best car isRed Bull voiced engine concerns back in 2012Horner: We want to give Mercedes a run for their moneyHorner denies reports that Renault to be ditchedMateschitz rules out Red Bull engine projectHorner: Unacceptable, there needs to be change at Renault David Mr Newey, could you not go for a little fishing with Mr Brawn? Then RB may not be so dominant and we might get some racing again? matthew Of course the 14 car is a cousin to the 13. This isn’t even news and wasn’t worth reporting.