F1 » Brawn: Mercedes fortunate to have two targets


Ross Brawn says that there is no definitive cut-off point for development of Mercedes W04, particularly if the team can continue its run of success.

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FW14

August 02, 2013 2:03 PM
Last Edited 414 days ago

Make sense to keep on pushing with the W04 as there is a high chance that Mercedes can win the the constructor championship with the Mercs having the best driver pairing on the grid. Only 69 points behind.

Thepain

August 02, 2013 2:14 PM

I hope the tyre situation is sorted. Would make for a good title chase, the last races will be nerve-racking and on the edge racing, if the tyres don't play such a big roll, which is very likely.

Snakecharmer

August 03, 2013 7:20 PM

rou,
might he have made that comment because LH and Nico are the only team-mates who have both won races this year, not to sure the last 3 years apply, that was then and this is now and LH and Nico weren't team mates in that period anyway

FW14

August 05, 2013 11:15 AM

rou,

I made that comment because LH and Nico are the only team-mates who have both won races this year, not to sure the last 3 years apply, that was then and this is now and LH and Nico weren't team mates in that period anyway


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