F1 » Brawn bemoans new Mercedes' frustrating 'inconsistency'


Mercedes Grand Prix team principal Ross Brawn concedes that a lack of consistency is the biggest bugbear of the new MGP W02 - but he is adamant that fundamentally, the performance is there inside the car

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snow888 - Unregistered

April 05, 2011 2:06 PM

Good thing he sold his stake in Mercedes/Brawn at its peak. He can kick back and enjoy his millions anytime now, even if Mercedes continues slide down hill.

In the short time though, I recommend that he eat eat more bananas (like he did at Ferrari) to give him the brain food help Mercedes out of this hole. :P

new f1fan - Unregistered

April 05, 2011 2:09 PM

I think that they will come good hopefully this weekend,all of us would just love to see Schumacher back up there mixing it again with the big guns.I have been waiting a year now to see Michael back at the front again and my patience is going to run out soon.

luke - Unregistered

April 05, 2011 2:13 PM

So tired of the talk... lets see you perform now.
If Brawn is correct then the 2 drivers can expect inconsistency yet again. Really hoping these guys are going to get into the mix of things.

Boss B - Unregistered

April 06, 2011 7:12 AM

They should have stopped working on last year's car halfway through the season and began working on the 2011 racer.

Just like they did in 2008 and came out with the magnificient car in 2009. They had more time to work on it and more money to spend on it.

But that was because he was running the show since Honda had basically pulled out since the start of 2008. Mercedes probably wanted a win in 2010 so they kept pushing. But now they might not get a win this year.

Scott - Unregistered

April 06, 2011 11:47 AM

This story is taken completely out of context. I remember reading about it on Autosport as the fella above mentioned. Ross was talking about the behaviour of the car in Melbourne and not in general. It was mainly related to their struggles with getting the tyres 'switched on'. This is the worst kind of journalism and is frankly insulting!

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