F1 » Brawn: Mercedes on course

Ross Brawn: We've had a good week in Barcelona and achieved the programme that we set ourselves for this second test.

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February 26, 2013 9:03 PM

I hope to see Mercedes become as dominant as it's first intro with Jensen Button! Time will tell, if aggressive driving is required to ring out the best, the team now has the driver to make it happen. Lewis Hamilton .

Jean Todt - Unregistered

February 26, 2013 10:00 AM

They will shove Brawn out in Luca di Montezemolo fashion just as they did the 7 times WDC. The wheels are already in motion. Mercedes have disgraced their own marque and motorsport heritage with their actions, and the end result will be utter failure with the ultimate outcome being a total exit from the sport.


February 25, 2013 10:07 PM

RBR/Lotus/Renault are not taking any hits by anybody, the hits are of their own making.
The racing has not started yet and they have already started interpreting the FIA rules the way it suits them.
They are saying that the 2012 rules/directive re the engine maps does not apply to 2013 season while the FIA has confirmed that the 2012 rules/directive stands.
The comment by the famous ex FERRARI designer Mauro Forghieri of the 312 FLAT 12 fame that all the cars looks the same is a totally different matter/subject.
Both Willaims and catheram has abandond their illagal exhausts.

rob01 - Unregistered

February 25, 2013 9:17 PM

There has been further help from fia. Engine maps have been locked down. Red bull and lotus are to take the hit as exhaust designs were built for the suspect maps. Looks like the Spec is now in full reality. ferrari tech director said all cars nearly identical out side of paint.

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