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Brawn: You cannot compare Hamilton and Schumacher
MSN South Africa

Brawn: You cannot compare Hamilton and Schumacher

Provided by Teamtalk After a season in which Lewis Hamilton moved up to second on the race winners' list, Ross Brawn says it is difficult to compare the Brit to Michael Schumacher given that the latter had to build his team. In 2016 Hamilton ... MSN South Africa, 1 week ago
Ross Brawn explains why Lewis Hamilton cannot... Dotemirates.com, 1 week ago

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Dotemirates.com

Schumacher hailed for Mercedes dominance

Ross Brawn has credited Michael Schumacher for helping lay the foundation for Mercedes' recent dominance in Formula One. The seven-time world champion came out of retirement in 2010 to join Mercedes, who reentered the sport as a works team after ...
 MSN UK3 weeks ago Michael Schumacher played key role in Mercedes' three-year dominance, says Ross Brawn  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago Brawn explains why Mercedes will dominate amid new rules  International Business Times UK4 weeks ago The secrets of driven Michael Schumacher's success  Gulf News1 month ago
ESPN.co.uk

Brawn: Schumacher's F1 legacy as strong as ever

11:15 AM GMT Ross Brawn believes Michael Schumacher's legacy is still being felt in Formula One five years after his retirement. Schumacher, F1's most successful driver with 91 race wins and seven world championships, retired in 2012 but Brawn ...
 ESPN.co.uk3 weeks ago 'Schumacher's legacy still felt in F1 today' - Brawn  Crash.net3 weeks ago
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Michael Schumacher Latest Health Update: Ross Brawn Clarifies Statement; Says F1 Racer's Recovery Still Being Hoped For

MAINZ, GERMANY - JULY 27: Both teams hold up a banner that reads 'Keep fighting Michael' prior to the 'Champions for charity' football match between Nowitzki All Stars and Nazionale Piloti in honor of Michael Schumacher at Opel Arena on July 27, ...
 ITechPost1 month ago Michael Schumacher now has social media accounts but F1 legend still showing no signs of improvement  Yibada2 months ago Michael Schumacher showing 'encouraging signs' says former team boss Ross Brawn  First Post.com2 months ago We pray for Schumi, says Ross  The Telegraph2 months ago
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Crash.net

Brawn raises questions over 2017 regulations

Brawn questions 2017 regulations (1:49) Jennie Gow and Ross Brawn discuss the regulations for the 2017 F1 Championships. (1:49) 10:01 AM GMT Ross Brawn believes it is entirely possible one team will dominate under next year's rule changes in ...
 ESPN.co.uk2 months ago Brawn warns new regulations may not end dominant era  Crash.net2 months ago

Michael Schumacher's family hopeful to see Formula One legend 'as we knew him'

Former boss Ross Brawn revealed he still visits his longtime friend regularly and the driver's family hopes and prays for his recovery. Brawn, who worked with Schumacher on all seven of his world titles, is one of the few people with an insight ...
 Brief Report.co.uk2 months ago Michael Schumacher's friends and family 'extremely hopeful they'll see him as they once knew him'  Irish Mirror2 months ago Michael's loved ones 'extremely hopeful'  New Zealand Herald2 months ago Michael Schumacher's loved ones 'extremely hopeful they'll see him as they once knew him'  New Zealand Herald2 months ago
Auto Week

Ross Brawn concerned F1 is trending toward electric cars

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Ross Brawn says F1 should consider taking a sharp turn with its engine regulations for 2020. The retired former Ferrari and Mercedes chief has been linked with a return to the sport, having worked ...
 Auto Week1 month ago F1: Ross Brawn poised to take over Bernie Ecclestone`s role  Money Control2 months ago Ecclestone to exit next week?  Crash.net20 hours ago 'Not dreaming about leading F1' - Wolff  Wheels241 month ago
Crash.net

Brawn: F1 needs a plan

Ross Brawn says one of his frustrations with Formula One is that the sport is too reactive and does not have any long term plans. Brawn who masterminded title wins with Benetton, Ferrari and his own BrawnGP outfit was linked to a new role in F1 ...
 Crash.net1 week ago Ross Brawn: F1 has no plan and is too reactiv...  Dotemirates.com1 week ago New Formula One Engine Rules Suggested By Ross Brawn  Gas 21 month ago Formula One Approves Standing Starts After Safety Car Periods  Gas 21 month ago
The Zimbabwe Mail

Mercedes dominance to continue despite new regulations says Ross Brawn

Britain Formula One - F1 - British Grand Prix 2016 - Silverstone, England - 9/7/16 Mercedes' Nico Rosberg during practice Reuters / Matthew Childs Livepic Mercedes will continue to dominate Formula One despite the radical rule changes which will be ...
 The Zimbabwe Mail4 weeks ago

Welcome back, Brawn with the brain

The seeds of hope planted around hopes for a long overdue return to Formula One by Ross Brawn look certain to come to fruition. Maybe even later this week or early next. That is if the feedback from my — usually 100 per cent dependable — spies ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Burning Rubber: Welcome back, Brawn with the brain  Gulf News1 month ago
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