Lewis: Brown’s departure is not a loss

Author of the article: , published January 2, 2014.

Lewis Hamilton said that with the departure of Mercedes team boss Ross Brown, Formula One will not lose much.

At the end of last season, Brawn resigned as head of the team and turned his back on Formula One, thus at least temporarily ending a career in which he helped win eight constructors ’world titles, and seven driving with Michael Schumacher and one with Jenson Button.

Leading men at Mercedes his departure due to a successful career worries him a bit, but Hamilton is confident the team will survive. “I had much bigger reasons to switch to Mercedes than Brown,” he explained. “For me, it was just an addition. He was a good boss with a good approach, with which he created a good atmosphere in the team. But this is also expected of a leader.

Formula One will exist if any of us leave, so I don’t think Brawn’s departure is a loss for the sport.

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