Brawn's strategy for saving F1 from itself

Brawn's strategy for saving F1 from itself

As a team boss and technical director, Ross Brawn achieved some incredible things both against the odds and from a dominant position. His new mission to transform Formula 1 itself is his toughest yet, as he explains in this exclusive interview

A decade ago Ross Brawn was just about to embark on an extraordinary 2009 season, in which a rapidly organised Formula 1 team carrying his name would win the world championship and take Jenson Button to a shock drivers' crown.

It was a remarkable feel-good year, with the incredible back story of Honda's withdrawal, and showed that sometimes the F1 form book really can be ripped up and thrown away.

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