Former F1 boss Ross Brawn has urged Red Bull to be bold in their search for a solution to their 2024 driver dilemma.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix is just over a week away from taking place.
Ross Brawn is pleased that some technical directors were proven wrong by the success of F1's 2022 rule changes.
Ross Brawn enjoyed a 31-year career in Formula 1 and is clearly not ready to give it all up just yet.
In his final year in F1, Ross Brawn has been reflecting on the need for "supermarket plonk" when it comes to good and bad races.
Ross Brawn thinks there are merits to reverse grids, but Formula 1 has to be careful about using them.
Ross Brawn admitted his bias because Liberty Media employed him, but he explained why he feels Formula 1's owners have done so well.
Ross Brawn has joined Sebastian Vettel in calling for change in regards to DRS.
Ross Brawn played a big part in the 2022 Formula 1 regulations, so seeing the cars take flight as they have has been worthwhile for him.
F1 is discussing a 'reserve DRS' for the 2026 season that will slow the car in front.
The number of sprints will rise to six in 2023, but it could be F1 will not stop there.
Ross Brawn isn't considering a return to Ferrari, adamant "now is the right time for me to retire.".
Either you want to be "part of the solution or part of the problem", and Ross Brawn thinks it is the first of those with Lewis Hamilton.
A quieter life is beckoning for Ross Brawn.
Mick Schumacher should be granted the chance to try and progress in F1, says Ross Brawn.
Five drivers vying for the last two podium places at Silverstone was just what Ross Brawn wanted to see.
Ross Brawn has shut down George Russell's claim that sprint qualifying was 'processional' at Imola.
Ross Brawn says teams had complained about the lack of wiggle room in the 2022 regulations but realised those fears were unfounded.
Ross Brawn hopes the cars of next year and beyond are much more capable of racing than this year's equivalents.
Team bosses will be blocked from badgering the race director next season, says Ross Brawn.
Ross Brawn feels the United States Grand Prix showed Formula 1 can "comfortably" have two or more American races.