With the recent changes made by Liberty Media to the administration of Formula 1 many things will change at Máxima in the near future. At least that's the same thing, said the English engineer Ross Brawn, appointed as the sports manager of the category.
“There will be changes, of course. With Chase Carey as president and CEO, me on the sports side and Sean Bratches on the marketing and media side, decisions will be more cohesive. And then we will involve the FIA, teams and organizers, ”Brawn said in an interview with the Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“For my part, after a study period, we should think about a three or five year plan, and introduce innovations gradually. Acting quickly could be counterproductive, "added the former technical manager for teams such as Benetton, Ferrari, Honda, BrawnGP and Mercedes.
“I agree on the need to ensure that there is more competition. To do this, you have to be patient, you can't improve everything. To change from white to black would be a mistake, this is a complex sport, but we must avoid falling into the temptation to create a spectacle artificially, as has happened in recent years: we all know that DRS is artificial. We have to find purer solutions (…). I have ideas, although I cannot share them all because I want to do it with the teams first, of things that we should start to study, and use them perhaps in 2018 or 2019 ″, he concluded.
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