http://www.motorsport-aktuell.com/automobil/berger-warum-brawn-kein-newey-ist-3569996.html A few highlights translated from the interview: - Vettel will be hard to beat with this car. - Alonso is currently the best driver. He has reached the zenith. Sebastian is not the best yet because he is younger and less experienced. He lacks the technical experience of Alonso. - Brawn is a technical manager, not a designer like Adrian Newey or John Barnard or Rory Byrne. Back then Byrne developed innovatively Schumacher's Ferrari, adapted the car to his driving style and won championships that way. This person today is missing at Ferrari, at Mercedes and at most other teams. That is why Red Bull is so strong. - Schumacher's statements after the Barcelona tests were clear, they would be going after Red Bull. (Melbourne's) results were disappointing. They lack the artist who designs the car and has a vision. - Malaysia is aerodinamically even more challenging and therein lies the strength of Red Bull. Therefore they will be even more dominant. And they haven't even used KERS - they still have reserves. I found the part about Byrne vs Brawn fascinating. And I agree that a Nick Fry is no Byrne or Newey. Ferrari is facing a very similar problem.