Niki Lauda has admitted he is "very sad" about Ross Brawn's decision to quit Mercedes but doesn't believe that Formula 1 has seen the last of the renowned Englishman. Mercedes last week confirmed the sport's worst-kept secret by announcing that Brawn was leaving the Brackley-based team at the end of the year with his Team Principal responsibilities to be shared going forwards by Executive Directors Toto Wolff and Paddy Lowe.
Brawn, who turned 59 last month, has yet to give any firm indication as to his next moves and has been linked with various teams, including former employers Ferrari and Williams, along with a role working under Jean Todt at the FIA.
It has been thought likely...
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