F1 » Brawn positive about 'incredibly quick' Hamilton

Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn is only just getting to know his new driver signing Lewis Hamilton, but he's certainly liking what he's seeing.

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westy - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 5:00 PM

brawn is definatly not wrong. and i cant wait to see what hamilton can get out of the mercades hopefully more than rosberg and shumi did last year oh and the year before ..hamilton has raw speed and no1 can disagree as he is faste r than probably all in f1 shame it hasnt paid off... his contract did tho lol

Ptolemy - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 5:47 PM

...More slagging off of Rosberg. If I were Nico I would be pissed after comparing favorably to a seven time world champion, but not getting any props. Why does the new guy who hasn't driven the car during a race get all the praise?


February 27, 2013 5:55 PM

rob. did it not occur to you that ross was not instrumental to lulu going to merc, and he feels a need to talk him up so as to secure his own position?

but lulu could not win with the fastest car on the grid last year, so what chance has he in the slower merc?

Maglin - Unregistered

February 27, 2013 7:05 PM

"The very top drivers rarely become available - it is not like having a list and you can tick off the qualities that you are looking for," explained Brawn of how he had arrived at his selection.
Maybe Mr Brawn needs to go to Richard's house and whisper in is ears.


February 27, 2013 7:15 PM

maglin. maybe he needs to go to your house and explain that LAUDA was the person who brought lulu to merc. that is why nikki got his big job. and as i said before, brawn is concerned about his own posiion and is hardly going to criticise the driver that merc have lumbered him with.

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