"It’s very likely that [Brawn GP] will dominate again in Malaysia, although the heat there will test the reliability of this car, which has still not done a huge mileage in testing. They have a good 8/10ths advantage over the Ferrari and more than a second over the McLaren."
Nick Fry: "It's about 270 [job losses]. We are about 700 people at the moment and we talked to the staff about going down to about 430, something like that, which is where we were in 2004."
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Flavio Briatore: "We've known for two months that there was this problem and someone should have done something about it. I don't like the behaviour of the FOTA technical delegate, who should have reported this thing immediately. Brawn should have been fair. Three months ago he should have come to us to tell us there are two interpretations over the diffusers. When I go to the FIA or to [Bernie] Ecclestone, I go in the name of the FOTA, not Renault's. I don't like the fact that a FOTA representative didn't relate things transparently."
"It was my mistake to hit the wall, it was just sudden but I spun. Looking afterwards we would probably have finished second, and it is a shame."
Christian Horner: "We started to look at the concept several weeks ago when we saw the cars run for the first time. If the design is fully legal after 14 April then the seven teams will have to explore development in that area. We will accept the decision but would like to have absolute clarity."
"Wurz, who was reserve driver for the team last year, will continue to contribute in a developmental and advisory capacity even though the ban on mid-season testing will restrict his driving opportunities."
Ross Brawn: "We have an upgrade planned for Barcelona, which looks quite good, and I think everybody will be incredibly motivated now they've seen the car run. It's not easy to find performance, but it won't be for want of trying and we have a good resource."
Timo Glock: “I don't want to talk about protests again. We've had that the whole bloody weekend and I'm losing a little bit of confidence in Formula 1, because this is not the way to go. I don't know why that happens every time. I am happy to finish fourth, but obviously it is really disappointing for Jarno.
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"The Mole understands Jenson Button was really feeling the heat in Friday's practice sessions. A tiny hole in the Brawn cockpit left the Englishman exposed to some leaking heat from his radiator. Unable to keep taking the heat in his sensitive regions, he had to leap out of his car."
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