They might. They do have a tendency to throw money away, paying Raikkonen £££ not to drive, then paying him another load of £££ when they decided that actually, they do want him t drive.
http://www.auto123.com/en/racing-ne...twitter&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_campaign=feedsIn Monaco, Red Bull rejected the speculation about Newey by insisting the 55-year-old remains committed for "the foreseeable future".
But that may have been before Ferrari's latest audacious offer to the Briton.
Perna said Ferrari is offering Newey unprecedented technical freedom, and also his own road-going supercar project and involvement in a possible Le Mans prototype bid.
Not to mention annual pay of about EUR 20 million.
http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/114364Adrian Newey said:I just feel, to be perfectly honest, the current regulations are very restrictive, which is a shame.
It's difficult to find new areas to explore because they are so tight.