Rosberg says Brawn will turn team fortunes 23 December, 2010 Nico Rosberg with Ross Brawn and Michael Schumacher Dec.23 (PVM) Nico Rosberg believes that Mercedes GP have everything in place to be fighting for wins in 2011 after a disappointing 2010 season. The German has total faith in the capabilities of team boss Ross Brawn’s ability to turn around the team’s fortunes. Rosberg said, “I think we have the best people, starting with Ross, so I’m very confident we’ll get there. It is only because the process of building the team is not over and there was a lot to learn last year.” The 25 year old declared that he was delighted with his first year with the Brackley team. “It’s been a great experience for me and I’m looking forward to the coming years.” He added, “I believe in the people working here, I believe in the members of the factory and see it as a long term deal.” Tweet Related NewsJock Clear leaves Mercedes for FerrariWolff: Prost gave very precise advice on handling Lewis and NicoMercedes ready to compromise to end F1 engine disputeHamilton: I feel like I’ve got another seven years in F1Hamilton wins BBC Sports Personality of the YearRosberg: I learned a lot and know what I have to work onFerrari and Renault set to exploit engine freeze loopholeFormula 1 world surprised by Mercedes dominance in 2014Mercedes seek FP1 role for Wehrlein in 2015Lowe vows to improve Mercedes reliability http://Thailand Muddles 2009 it was Ross Brawn, 2010 Adrian Newey. I don’t think Ross will have the edge in 2011. It will be an interesting 2011 I think.