Niki Lauda has slammed the latest speculation about Ross Brawn's future, insisting nothing has changed to trigger the reports.
Lauda, Mercedes' F1 chairman, said recently he was in talks with the 58-year-old Briton but that a decision will not be made until after the season.
The Austrian great also said he wants Brawn to stay.
But reports on Tuesday suggested Brawn has now definitively decided to step down, in order to be replaced by new team boss Paddy Lowe.
"I hate all this bulls**t," triple world champion Lauda is quoted on Wednesday by the Daily Mail.
"The (latest) speculation is total rubbish."
However, F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone has hinted that the...
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