Sir Frank Williams has said Ross Brawn would be a 'great addition' to the Williams F1 Team and hasn't ruled out approaching the current Mercedes team principal over a move for 2014.
Brawn is widely expected to leave the Brackley based squad at the end of the season, to be replaced by the team's executive directors Toto Wolff and Paddy Lowe and non-executive director Niki Lauda.
Lauda said over the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend that he is determined to keep the 58-year-old at the Silver Arrows, but the Englishman is known to be unhappy with the current management structure. He previously worked for Williams in the teams early years as a machinist and the Grove based outfit's team principal...
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