Team Brawn GP News


Looking ahead to the Nürburgring

This weekend’s German Grand Prix, the home race for Brawn GP’s engine partner Mercedes-Benz, will be the midpoint of the 2009 season.
Current Championship leader Jenson is confident the track will suit the Brawn-Mercedes car: "The Nürburgring is a relatively slow circuit with a lot of medium-speed corners which are one of the strengths of our car. It is also one of the heaviest braking circuits on the calendar so you need a car which will be good through the four heavy braking zones. With the extra week’s break, everyone has been working extremely hard to get the best package for the race and we’re looking forward to showing what the car can do."
Rubens is looking forward to the challenges that the Nürburgring circuit provides: "I won the race here back in 2002 so the circuit holds some good memories for me. The weather can be a little unpredictable due to its location right in the Eifel Mountains but we’ll be hoping for some warmer temperatures than we saw at Silverstone for the last race. The layout and flow is nice which allows you to get into a rhythm and there are some interesting undulations and bumps to look out for."

Insight into a Grand Prix weekend

Fans of the team will have the opportunity to learn more about the intensity of a Grand Prix weekend with an exclusive new website feature ‚Race Blog‘. From the team’s race engineers to our marketing and PR representatives and our mechanics, you will be able to hear more about the action, tension and drama of a race weekend from the people on the ground.
To find out more about this exclusive feature, check out the website over the weekend!

Brawn GP take the chequered flag with iPhone and iPod Touch

Brawn GP has joined forces with Upstream to create the team’s first Formula One racing game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. By taking part in the new Brawn GP Racing contest, fans also have the chance to win a Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster road car.
Brawn GP Racing features a track located in the heart of London, where the cars race around Hyde Park and past Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. As soon as players qualify on the rrack, they are ranked globally and are awarded entries in the draw according to their rank – the faster you are, the more chances of winning! The contest will end at the precise time at which the winning car crosses the finish line in the last race of the season in Abu Dhabi on November 1.
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