Mercedes aims to break into F1 top three

London , Wed, 22 Feb 2012 ANI

London, Feb 22(ANI): Mercedes team boss Ross Brawn has said his team is no longer happy with fourth place position in Formula One and wants to break the dominance Red Bull, McLaren and Ferrari in 2012.

 

The German car giant, possibly one of the biggest spenders, and contributors to the sport, has finished fourth in the last two seasons, and now believes it is time to step up.

 

"We have to go forward. None of us are happy with a recurring fourth place. That is not why any of us are here. We have to go forward," The Mirror quoted Brawn, as saying.

 

"But I am quietly confident with the strength we have got, the resources we have got and the team we are building that we can do that. We are definitely ready to go for podiums," he said.

 

"Any team that has not won the world championship has to look at how it can improve, how it can strengthen and how it can achieve better results. Even if you win the world championship you still look at that," Brawn added.

 

"I don't know where we are going to be with the car, I feel reasonably comfortable with what we have done but wherever we are, I am sure we are going to have a much stronger response that we ever had in the past," he said.

 

Formula One legend Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg will be driving the Mercedes' new car, the F1 W03 (ANI)

 



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