Honda ‘saved’ says Nick Fry

Nick Fry has told the BBC that the Honda F1 team has been saved.

Fry said: “All the teams and their support have helped us preserve our team. So I, Ross [Brawn] and our 700 employees thank them.”

The team is expected to field Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello in its two cars, which they will shake down at Silverstone tomorrow. The outfit is tipped to be re-named ‘Brawn Racing’.

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21 comments on Honda ‘saved’ says Nick Fry

  1. D Winn said on 5th March 2009, 23:51

    Pitpass have a rumour that Mike Gascoyne has been appointed technical director at Brawn F1

  2. Adam said on 6th March 2009, 0:58

    I’m still not sure Nick Fry has been saved. He wasn’t a participant in the management buyout, so there’s really nothing saying that he won’t get sacked next week. This is really the only thing of consequence we’ve heard from Nick lately, which makes one wonder how much of this he’s been involved with and how much he just found out about. Just because your boss has you talk to the media doesn’t mean you’re safe.

  3. scunnyman said on 6th March 2009, 1:32

    i wonder if nick fry knows the views of all the fans when it comes to him?

    i bet he doesn’t care one little bit either

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