Lewis Hamilton has sought to downplay the impact that the departure of Ross Brawn at Mercedes team, and has insisted that it is not a loss for the team or even for F1. Just one year after the 2008 World Champion team changed and was to land at McLaren Mercedes, the English 58 years has already left the team in Brackley.
However, Hamilton is not worried. “When I decided to go to Mercedes, I had a lot more reasons than he [the fact that he was on the computer.] For me, that was there was extra, but after I arrived , I saw that the team had a lot of people talented , ” said Hamilton , whose new bosses will now Paddy Lowe and Toto Wolff, the Brazilian newspaper Totalrace .
“He [Brawn] was a good boss with a very good approach, which creates a great atmosphere in the team, but this is something that is expected of a leader,” said the pilot.
Meanwhile, Brawn has decided to take a year away from F1, noting that only decide about your future in summer 2015. However, Hamilton wanted to point out that while Brawn was permanent, it would not be a great loss to the F1, “The sport will continue when any of us go So no, do not see it as a loss for the sport.” .