As for the future generation racers, Brawn said that the organization is "looking at a new style of Formula 1 auto, aesthetically more modern and futuristic, as I don't think we've really captured as much as we could do in that regard".
"When you get into that condition where you're two or three vehicle lengths behind, then you're losing grip, the tyres degrade more, and it becomes very challenging".
Hamilton has previously spoken about how he doesn't want to be driving in Formula One much longer.
"The current cars lose up to 50 per cent of their performance once they get to within one or two vehicle lengths. which means they struggle to race each other", added the Briton. So we set about understanding why that was and how we can improve it. We want cars that look better than what you see in a video game, cars that kids want to have up on their walls. "F1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and the auto should look sensational", Brawn said.
But so far, Brawn said the teams were behind the project ahead of a planned publication of the final regulations towards the end of 2019.
Some of the concepts show that the halo above the cockpit is stylistically more integrated with the car's design while others show how the design team are looking at controlling the airflow over the wheels. "That's a subjective thing, of course, but most people who have seen the schemes, we're looking at, feel it's a more exciting looking auto", the official said according to Grand Prix 247. The 18-inch wheels that will be a part of the future F1 tyre contract are visible too.
"We see it in other forms of racing, but they are often categories with fixed designs and everyone races the same auto". "The encouraging thing when Force India ran into trouble was that it had a number of suitors that wanted to buy it".
Brawn, who won F1 titles with Benetton, Ferrari and finally his own team, is also hoping the sport's new look will get youngsters involved.
F1 cars have changed incredibly over the years to accommodate more speed while also increasing the safety measures. "But we are quite encouraged with the cooperation with the teams at the moment and that will change of course at some point in the future when they move into a competitive mode rather than a cooperative mode".
"We want to create an environment where there is a queue of people wanting to join F1", says Brawn. "F1 is a great opportunity to promote technology and through F1 in Schools, for the younger students, then there's Formula Student, which is a competition that goes on in universities".