The former Mercedes F1 boss has denied having a formal job with the new owners Liberty Media; however, he is interested in running the sporting event if the opportunity was given.
Brawn said that he expected Liberty Media to take its time before finalizing on how the sport's management should change. Liberty Media is in the process of finalizing a $ 4 billion deal to take over the controlling stake in the commercial arm of F1.
On working with Bernie Ecclestone, the current boss of the sport, he said that it will be a interesting combination and it certainly wouldn't be a problem for him.
Brawn wants to support the F1 sport with his consultancy to Liberty and help them understand F1 and the business of F1 and the characteristics of F1. He is not keen on being in charge of a team as it doesn't motivates him.
Brawn's career was most synonymous with Ferrari while working with the legend Michael Schumacher when he won five consecutive drivers' title and six constructors' title.
Later he went on to form his own team, Brawn team, which was later bought by Mercedes and left the team at the end of 2013.
Ross Brawn started his career as a technical director with the Benetton team and helped in winning consecutive World Drivers' Championships in 1994 and 1995 with Michael Schumacher.
Later he moved to Ferrari and stayed from 1997 to 2006, after two years, he returned in 2008 with the Honda team before it withdrew from the sport. In 2009 he formed his team Brawn team and eventually Mercedes bought the team in 2010 and he stayed till 2013.