Ross Brawn will step down as Mercedes team principal at the end of the season, according to a report.
The 58-year-old's future at the Brackley squad has been in doubt following the decision to sign Paddy Lowe from McLaren earlier this year. Although Lowe was given the position of executive director (technical) for this season, many believed that the squad were grooming him to become team principal next year.
Brawn, meanwhile, admitted that the only way he would stay at Mercedes in 2014 is if he remains in charge, but it appears he didn't get his way.
According to BBC Sport, a source close to the team revealed that 'Brawn and Mercedes have failed to reach an agreement on a role in which he...
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