F1 » Drivers bid farewell to Brawn


Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg pay tribute to Ross Brawn following confirmation that he is to leave the Mercedes team next month.

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paulhickman

November 28, 2013 12:41 PM

I suspect the past few months have been very uncomfortable for Ross but he is too much the gentleman to ever show his feelings in public.
The Mercedes structure seems hugely top management heavy (or management top heavy) but I guess they know what they are doing...
As for Ross, enjoy your time away from the sport - probably much fishing! But please return as soon as you feel it is right and use your amazing skills to resurrect another team to its former glory :)

Taipan

November 28, 2013 2:19 PM

Lulu earlier this year - "Yo Ross man can I get a bangin stereo in ma car to play me tunes man? And I like need a pitpass for me wicked dog man, and could we devote more of da teams budget to designing more like wicked caps man cos this one like well sucks man"

Brawn thinks to himself "how quickly can I leave this place, man?"

richard

November 28, 2013 7:23 PM

otoh. I don't see any "bigots". all I see is some having a bit of fun and being factual.

other off-topic news

Russian owners of marussia are possibly buying into sauber and merging marussia into the one team.

van de gardes father in law considering buying into force india, possibly so giedo will have a drive next year. so sad if it is true!

107SS2009

November 29, 2013 7:47 AM

Richard, re Marusia and Sauber, doesn't sound bad for Sauber, I was reading just recently that Marusia's budget is 75 million and that includes 12 million Chilton gets with him, also that Marusia have no unpaid bills.

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