F1 » Mercedes ease out Nick Fry


Nick Fry loses out as Mercedes stranglehold increases on former Brawn GP team.

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BC

February 25, 2010 12:07 PM

What price Ross Brawn now, with none of the old management team for support. BMW could not do it with their countrymen running it, how will Merc do, any better than the Japanese? On past form it bodes for a good struggle.

Taz

February 25, 2010 12:12 PM

@BC

If I was Merc I wouldn't want the grinning fool on the board either.

How he's still there considering the mess he made of running the Honda effort is beyond me. He was riding on Brawn's coat tails most of last year.

Commodore S - Unregistered

February 25, 2010 12:42 PM

@ Taz.

Yes Wirth deserves to be outed. Henkel must be chuckling in the background.

To dump or demote the management of a team whom were world champions appears a radical decision. I think Mercedes may have a high opinion of their staffing which is not warranted.

The management team of Ross Brawn was not broken so why fix it.

rob01

February 25, 2010 1:59 PM

Yet when reported last week on pitpass that Fry was out. Merc said no truth. He may stay but he has no PULL on the team anymore. My guess is that he will leave on his own now.

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