Motor racing-Brawn to meet teams, says there's no quick fix for F1


By Alan Baldwin LONDON, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Liberty Media wants to steer Formula One towards a "better place" but there are no quick fixes for the sport's evident problems, newly-appointed motorsport head Ross Brawn has said ahead of talks with teams. "There are some straightforward issues that we recognise, but the solutions are going to take some time," the former Honda, Brawn GP and Mercedes team principal, who was Ferrari technical director before that, told ...


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