Reviewing Racing Car Design

The Racing Car Designer:
Adrian Newey (born 26 December 1958) is a notable Formula One engineer and widely regarded as the "greatest" of all time. He is the only designer to have won Constructors Championships with three different Formula One teams. He is currently the chief technical officer of the Red Bull Racing Formula One team, having designed their championship-winning Red Bull RB6.
Newey has worked in both Formula One and IndyCar racing as a race engineer, aerodynamicist, designer and technical director and enjoyed success in both categories. Considered one of the best engineers in Formula One, Newey-inspired designs have won numerous titles and over 80 Grands Prix, dominating much of the 1990s and late-2000s. After designing championship winning Formula One cars for Williams F1 and McLaren, Newey moved to Red Bull Racing in 2006. Winning the Formula One drivers and the constructors championship in 2010.

About My Fevarit Racing Car designer:
Peter Brock (born 15 November 1936) is a former racing car designer from the United States. In the early 1960s he worked with Carroll Shelby at Shelby American where he was the designer for the iconic Shelby Daytona Cobra coupe.FIA World GT Champion 1965
In 1966 Brock started his own motor racing team, Brock Racing Enterprises (BRE) which worked with Hino, Datsun and Toy
ota and competed in SCCA DP class with Datsun 2000 roadsters and CP class with the 240Z (SCCA National Champions '70-'71) and 510 in the 2.5 Trans-Am Series races in the early 1970s (National Champions '71-'72). The company was disbanded in 1972.
Brock now lives in the Seattle area, working as freelance automotive writer and is a racing photographer. I have mistaken his history, and he is still alive and healty.