Ross Brawn went back into the Formula One arena on Monday as the managing director for motorsport
Ross Brawn was former Ferrari technical director and world championship-winning team principal.
New owners Liberty Media stated the burly Briton, whose Brawn team won the 2009 constructors’ and drivers’ titles, would be among two managing directors under chief executive Chase Carey.
The other, for business operations, is former ESPN executive Sean Bratches.
“It’s wonderful to be going back to the world of Formula 1,” Brawn, 62, said in a declaration.
Brawn, who was likewise team boss of now-champions Mercedes and the defunct Honda group in addition to the master strategist who assisted Michael Schumacher to 7 world championships, has 40 years of F1 knowledge.