Ross Brawn is a business person who was born in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England in 23/11/1954 and is now 69 years old. Ross Brawn has a net worth of $150 Million.
What is Ross Brawn Net Worth?
Ross Brawn's net worth is 150 Million.
How old is Ross Brawn?
Ross Brawn is 69 years old.
What is Ross Brawn Birthday?
Ross Brawn's birthday is 23/11/1954.
What is Ross Brawn Zodiac Sign?
Ross Brawn's zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
What is Ross Brawn's Real Birth Name?
Ross Brawn's real birth name is Ross James Brawn.
Where is Ross Brawn's Birthplace?
Ross Brawn's birthplace is Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, England.
How Tall is Ross Brawn?
Ross Brawn height is 5'10'' (177.8 cm).
What is Ross Brawn Nationality?
Ross Brawn nationality is United Kingdom.
What are Ross Brawn's Professions?
Ross Brawn's professions are Formula One Managing Director, Motor Sports and Technical Director..
Who is Ross Brawn's Spouse(s)?
Who is Ross Brawn?
Ross James Brawn OBE (born 23 November 1954) is a British Formula One managing director, motor sports and technical director.He is a former motorsport engineer and Formula One team principal, and has worked for a number of Formula One teams. Serving as the technical director of the championship-winning Benetton and Ferrari teams, he earned fame as the “mastermind” behind Michael Schumacher’s seven world championship titles. He took a sabbatical in 2007 and returned to F1 for the 2008 season as team principal of Honda. He acquired the Honda team in early 2009 to form the Brawn GP team, which won the Formula One Constructors’ and Drivers’ Championships in that year. Mercedes bought into the team in November 2009, making Brawn team principal and co-owner with Nick Fry.
In 2011 Brawn and Fry sold the remaining shares to Mercedes Benz, with Brawn remaining as team principal. In November 2013, it was announced that Brawn would step down, and leadership would be handed over to Paddy Lowe and Toto Wolff. Following speculation linking him with other teams, Brawn announced his retirement from Formula One in February 2014.
Teams with Brawn in an essential role have won eight constructors’ championships and eight drivers’ championships in total.