Friday, 6 March 2009

Ross Brawn saves Honda F1

The Honda Racing F1 team has been sold outright to Ross Brawn - ex-Technical Director of Ferrari through the Schumacher years and incumbent Team Principal at Honda. The team will race under the name of Brawn GP; Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello are to be retained as drivers, beginning testing at Silverstone this week.

Yet another reason why this year's F1 should be the best for years... Brawn GP will undoubtedly be out for Ferrari's blood. With the new rules in place, there's a lot of prestige and respect up for grabs on an increasingly level playing field. Look out for the first race of the season in Melbourne at the end of the month.

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