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Lauda tips Brawn to return in new F1 role

Ross Brawn is going "fishing", but he may return to formula one after a break. That is the claim of Niki Lauda, who as Mercedes' team chairman tried to stop 58-year-old Briton Brawn from deciding to leave the German squad altogether. But, with Paddy Lowe waiting in the wings as team boss, Brawn did decide to step away from the Brackley based team, which he also led under the Honda and Brawn GP guises. "He told me, and all the staff of the team, that he wants to do something else," Austrian Lauda told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper. "Spend more time with the family, go fishing," he added. "Ross assured me that first he wants to relax, but I...
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