F1 in the blogs 47: Brawn joins Honda

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Rubens Barrichello, Takuma Sato, Spa-Francorchamps, 2007 | HondaRacingF1.comSome interesting articles on Ross Brawn’s move to Honda this week, plus a few thoughts on the standardised ECUs being brought in for next year to allow a ban on traction control.

Plus a new Indian F1 driver goes testing and a non-interview with Max Mosley.

Ross Brawn and Honda – Thoughts on the former Ferrari technician’s arrival as technical director at Honda.

A bit of Fry and Brawn – A video interview with Ross Brawn and Nick Fry.

Schuey leads the way – Guess who’s back…

The ECU, the power behind the scenes – Renault’s blog gives some useful insight on the electronic control units. Interestingly the 2008 ‘spec’ unit is about one-third lighter than Renault’s previous system, but not quite as quick either.

Engine control by FIA – Is McLaren’s ownership of the companythat makes the ECUs a conflict of interests?

Chandhok completes first F1 test – Indian GP2 race winner test for Red Bull – and here’s some pictures of the test as well.

Good morning, Mr President – Max Mosley calls Alan Henry for a chat. Shame Mr Henry doesn’t want to share any of the details with his readers…

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