F1 » Mercedes: Brawn to determine driver status in F1 2010

Daimler AG chairman Dieter Zetsche has confirmed that Ross Brawn will be at liberty to decide as to whether there is a hierarchy between Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg at Mercedes Grand Prix in F1 2010

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Tyrone - Unregistered

January 18, 2010 3:37 PM

you guys just don,t understand the politics of f1 you,ll think ms would allowed brawn to talk him out of retirement to be treated like a boy, have,nt you all remenber haug wanted ms from ferrari since 2004 now he have him how do you expect them to treat him by the way the track record at jerez was nearly broken by a GP2 car with ms driving please wait till testing start and see what he going to do thanks


January 18, 2010 4:06 PM

You can get good setups on storefront,
Choose your car a and modle and there are tons about.
Go for ones that have been downloaded the most, for obvious reasons.
R3 car isnt a problem for me, Although R1 is where the real action is at!

Groagun - Unregistered

January 18, 2010 4:54 PM

This is just laughable. If any of you think that they will be treated as equals, your drinking the Kool Aid. The only chance Rosberg has is to beat MS on the track. He will not because MS will be given preferential treatment from the get go. New bits for the car will go to MS first and so on. And for those of you who think that MS will be a good team mate your fooling your self as well. He is ruthless and will do everything in his power to make sure he is number 1. Good luck Rosberg and hope to see you on a new team in the near future.

Barry Wilkinson

January 18, 2010 6:01 PM

I am amazed by ross brawns statement he must think f1 fans are thick or something there is no way in the world that schumi is going to play #2 to anyone in any team and this has been proven by his on track driving in the past, with his historical track record it speaks for itself. Taking other drivers off out with dangerous driving like senna did with prost, parking on the racing line in quali to stop other drivers beating his time this guy is just a dirty driver and you do not et 7 wdc by being nice so yes he is #1 at merc and i think we are all going to see why he won 7 titles this year i expect a lot of dirty driving from him if he is running anywhere near the points, interesting year!


January 18, 2010 6:22 PM

M. Schumacher: 7 WDC, 91 wins, 154 podiums, 68 poles
N. Rosberg: 0 WDC*, 0 win, 2 podiums, 0 pole

*his best WDC place is 7th overall

Does any of you seriously think that these two are in a same level???

F1 Novice

January 18, 2010 8:14 PM

If Nico's sensible (which I think he is) he'll watch learn & observe and progress from being a good driver to a really good driver - Massa seemed to improve greatly from Schumacher's input in his early days at Ferrari - remember him at Sauber good raw speed but fidgety in car which translated to a nervous looking car on the track, that has all been ironed out now - Nico's time will come and it won't be too long.

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