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Ross Brawn says Mercedes has to deliver after signing Lewis Hamilton to partner Nico Rosberg

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MikeG

September 28, 2012 10:57 AM

To use the words "dynamic" and "exciting" with reference to Nico Rosberg is outrageous. Sure Lewis is fast and is going to own Rosberg but the failure of this team so far has been the crap car. I don't see anything changing myself.

stan hovis - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 11:07 AM

the bigwigs at merc are not fools. they would have bailed out of f1 if they had to be embarrased by the underperforming superstart they were stuck with. Only lewis coming on board was enough to renew their interest.

indianapolis2007

September 28, 2012 11:17 AM

Brawn and Mercs must know if the Arrows car is not up to scratch Lewis will say so, maybe this is what Mercedes needs someone who is not afraid to tell it as it is.

Nico v Hamilton should be intresting as i don't think he will be to impressed at being a number two driver.

chris - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 11:18 AM

"Have to deliver". Wow! No evidence of that in the last 3 years. If Schumacher could be said to be past his best, the same applies to the woeful Mercedes team and Ross Brawn. Terrible strategies, non existent reliability, poor upgrades.
Really hacks me off that Schumi could not announce his own decision, but maybe he has other plans.

mido.schumi - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 11:32 AM

"We have to deliver" what a joke, it doesn't make sense to me, why couldn't they deliver before? that is just a crap talk from Ross. Hamilton is by no mean faster than MSC. Let's see how the wheelnuts will fly with Hammi this time or probably a wing flap stuck or maybe DRS failure or who knows. funny team really.

wjpbill - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 11:46 AM

Ross Brawn - Speaking about Schumacher's future on BBC Radio 5 Live on Thursday, Brawn said: "It's still under discussion, I'm afraid. I do think Michael contributes an awful lot, so I think the decision for Michael to stay or not continue is a difficult one. Obviously he's very involved in that decision, and discussions are ongoing at the moment."

What a load of old tosh. The grass is never greener and to be frank, Mercedes have wasted Schumi's comeback with a series of terrible cars and awful reliability.

Lewis "The Brand" Hamilton and Nico "Britney" Rosberg, as good a pairing as your cars have been and I can't wait to see Lewis when your cars fail to finish.

I'm off to buy a Mclaren Shirt now that Hamilton has gone and am looking forward to Perez and Button finishing way ahead of Mercedes.

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