F1 » Brawn keeps counsel on 2010 plans.


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Cardinal

September 25, 2009 1:09 PM

Regarding the engine situation, I can't work out why there is a fuss about Mercedes supplying three teams next season, potentially four if Red Bull sign up too. Cosworth are supplying the four new teams next season, and possibly Williams as well, yet no one has said a word about that. Ferrari will be supplying three teams if Sauber make it onto the grid. The engine market is tightening up fast. If Renault and Toyota do eventually pull out of F1, that will leave just three engine suppliers. It might not be such a bad idea.
Regarding Brawn, I hope they keep both Jenson and Ruby, but it looks like Rosberg is going there, so either the world champ or runner-up is getting the boot. Such a shame.

mart - Unregistered

September 25, 2009 6:56 PM

I think Brawn is a top bloke and beleive he just wants to se them bash it out for the title, a true racing fan not just a business man in these corrupt times.

brim4brim - Unregistered

September 25, 2009 8:53 PM

@mart

I disagree, I think if he thought it was necessary he would introduce team orders.

As it isn't really necessary for a Brawn driver to win, he can sit back and let the racing happen and the team can look good for not using team orders or having number 1 drivers.

Of course, you'll never see them crash into each other (hopefully anyway).

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