Toto Wolff has described as "surprising" reports team boss Ross Brawn has decided to leave Mercedes.
The reports said Brawn told chairman Niki Lauda of his decision in Korea last weekend, but both men have denied the news.
Wolff, who is Mercedes' motor sport director, told German-language Spox: "We are all involved.
"Ross Brawn has some ideas for his future, as we as a team want to develop together with him. We are in constant discussions.
"But there was no news in recent days -- not even internally. So it is somewhat surprising that something is coming out now," he insisted.
Wolff denied the suggestion that the real story is that Brawn is pushing to exit...
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