F1 » Brawn: Spa will be acid test for cold weather form


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Berni - Unregistered

August 27, 2009 11:01 AM

Brawn needs to get a mind coach for Jenson now. All the best sports stars use them when things go for track. The change would be amazing this coaches know their stuff.
The car and driver can do the job. Jenson just needs to belive in himself again.

sbb - Unregistered

August 27, 2009 12:25 PM

Dont think ive heard any other team saying how theyre car doesnt perform in the cold, what makes the Brawn so different? Best get the excusses ready lads!

boufiewolf - Unregistered

August 27, 2009 4:05 PM

Whining? Honda/Brawn have always had a cold/wet weather problem, As have other teams in the past. It is aero and mechanical grip, some teams are better than others but all teams whinge when the 'package' is not quite right. :?

Alan D - Unregistered

August 27, 2009 6:49 PM

This Brawn car was designed by a German called Jorge Zander who was formerly employed by Honda but he left Brawn in June, (which seems to have coincided with the drop off in performance). Does anyone know if he went to another team, and does anyone know why he left? Did Brawn bring in anyone to replace him?

richard

August 27, 2009 7:43 PM

alan, i also was puzzled by zanders leaving, and queried if it was voluntary or otherwise. you would think that after giving brawn the early edge, he would be in great demand, or else brawn would be desperate to hold on to him, but not a word from anywhere. zander seems to have been photoshopped off the scene of f1. i still wonder why? by the way, i am in austria at present and the forecast for belgium for the weekend is mixed but warmish. possible rain on sunday.

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