Lewis Hamilton has played down concerns that Ross Brawn's possible departure will be a major blow to the squad.
Speculation is rife that the 58-year-old Englishman will step down as Merc team principal and also leave the Brackley-based squad at the end of the season. The team's non-executive director Niki Lauda tried to defuse things earlier this week by claiming "the speculation is total rubbish", adding that Brawn will only decide his future after the Brazilian GP.
Hamilton, though, insists that things won't change much at Mercedes if Brawn ends up leaving.
"When I joined the team there were much bigger reasons why I joined the team and having him was a bonus,"...
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