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Brawn sees slow and steady changes as best approach for F1

Formula 1 sporting manager Ross Brawn says gradual change is the best way forward for the sport given the difficulties in achieving consensus among the teams on F1's regulation overhaul. Liberty Media, through Brawn's guidance, has set its sights on moving Grand Prix racing into a new era from 2021, marked by closer racing, a more level playing field and better economics. But putting the package together while attempting to manage the interests of ten different teams, the commercial rights holder and a governing body has been a difficult and challenging process, and one that remains a work in progress. Brawn sets the record straight about Briatore and Schumacher But for Brawn, moving...
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