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Brawn: ‘We need a Leicester City in F1'

Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn believes Formula 1 needs an underdog winner, like how Leicester City won the Premier League. Brawn is in the process of finalising the 2021 rules which are set to drastically change the landscape of Formula 1, stretching from the technical side to the financial regulations. Before becoming the sports head of Liberty Media, Brawn was champion as technical director of Ferrari and as team principal of Brawn GP, but now that he has moved to the other side of the fence, he is studying ways to make Formula 1 a level playing field. Over the past few seasons Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull have established themselves as the clear top three in the series, but...
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