F1 » Rosberg: Brawn discussions ongoing


Ross Brawn's future plans may be up in the air, but his current drivers want the Briton to remain on board at Mercedes.

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pcxmac

October 11, 2013 5:35 AM

the only reason for ross to move is because he wants money and retirement shortly there after. Merc are the second best team despite their unreliability, and macca and ferrari wont be able to compete unless they cheat egregiously.

130R

October 11, 2013 6:17 AM
Last Edited 435 days ago

pcx ... I rarely, nay almost never, question nor attack the opinions of others ... but c'mon .... do you even think before you type? Why? Please, tell us why Brawn either A: needs the money? or B: would make a move solely to 'cheat'?

I always, ALWAYS, believe all have a right to an opinion ... but, wow.

Some of your postings are quite simply the postings of a fanboy. No logic whatsoever. I am quite simply, staggered.

pcxmac

October 11, 2013 5:24 PM

Drinks companies profit margins are better than car makers. And Red Bull has more interest in advertising their logo on F1 (reputation/prestige) then do an auto maker that already has better car technology for efficiency road going than where F1 wants to go.

Taipan

October 11, 2013 5:44 PM

PCXMerc, You may not have noticed but all of the cars on the grid have big stickers on them provided by companies called sponsors. The sponsors include banks, petrochemical companies, mobile phone networks etc and their profit margins are really quite good. The sponsors give lots of money to the F1 teams to display their stickers on the cars, this is called advertising and all the teams make money from it, not just the drinks maker......

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