F1 » Brawn: Prodromou exit will have impact


Losing a key member of the technical team will always weaken an F1 operation, insists Mercedes principal Ross Brawn.

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general

November 19, 2013 4:43 PM

Pordromou might be using this to get a salary increase what Brawn should look at is the three that ganging up on him to leave if red bul don,t perform in 2014 then he will be going but as long as the bulls butting he will be staying simple

KevinW

November 19, 2013 4:53 PM

Pordromou hasn't gone anywhere, and won't for some time, so what damage will be done is beyond speculation, it's fantasy at this point. Contracts can mean many things - some are just first rights of refusal stating that IF an individual wishes to move on, that the other party has made an open offer to take them on, if they have a spot available, within pre-negotiated terms. Doesn't actually mean anyone is actually leaving., no matter how the PR team spins it.

ThePaddock1

November 19, 2013 6:02 PM

if brawn does leave and the team is left with wolf, lauda and lowe in charge ffs nothing will get achieved ever heard the phrase "too many cooks spoil the broth" well too many people in charge will kill Mercedes. thats coming from a merc fan! they can't lead a team in anyway that brawn can. i hope i bloody wrong!

rob01

November 19, 2013 6:08 PM

once an employee engages another company the writing is on the wall. knowing he is leaving today or one year from now will have immediate effect on what he is allowed to work on. most are given garden duty. so whether he leaves today or a year from now it has already caused a change for Red Bull.

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