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Ross Brawn thinks Mick Schumacher showed a real sign of his F1 potential by beating a rival car at the Portuguese Grand Prix.
Ross Brawn says that Sunday’s races are still the main focus of F1 Grand Prix weekends, following the introduction of sprint qualifying.
Ross Brawn thinks Lewis Hamilton might have regretted fighting Max Verstappen for the lead into the first chicane of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
Ross Brawn has welcomed Yuki Tsunoda as “the best rookie F1 has had for years”.
Ross Brawn has expressed his relief that the decision to use the Bahrain Outer track for the Sakhir Grand Prix produced an exciting race.
Ross Brawn has praised Mick Schumacher for how he dealt with the pressure to wrap up the 2020 Formula 2 Championship title.
Ross Brawn has declared he is “optimistic” that Mick Schumacher will enjoy a successful Formula 1 career.
Ross Brawn feels it would be tragic if Sergio Perez, second at the Turkish GP, doesn’t find a way onto the 2021 Formula 1 grid.
Ross Brawn is convinced Daniel Ricciardo would be a World Championship challenger in a Mercedes.
Charles Leclerc is showing the qualities of a potential World Champion in the way he is maximising his results for a struggling Ferrari team.
Ross Brawn is “optimistic” that Formula 1 has not seen the last of Honda following their decision to leave at the end of next year.
Ross Brawn believes the Austrian doubleheader will still be exciting, despite the fact that no reverse grids will feature.
Ross Brawn has stated that he and the sport fully support Lewis Hamilton’s comments and views regarding racism.
F1 managing director Ross Brawn has implored the sport’s role players to “react” and develop “new regulations in the long-term interests of the sport”.
The shortened race weekend may have worked a treat in Japan, but Formula 1 has no plans to switch from a three-day to a two-day programme in the near future.
Ross Brawn believes the so-called B-team model should be preserved in Formula 1, arguing it helps new and smaller teams to compete.
Formula 1 chief Ross Brawn believes that the current engine manufacturers do not want any more competition in the sport.
Midfield teams will struggle to break the podium dominance of the top three this season, according to Ross Brawn.
Formula 1 could say farewell to Friday practices in favour of more grands prix; that’s according to Ross Brawn.