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Brawn will be back, says Lauda

Ross Brawn will be back in Formula 1 after taking a break, according to former world champion Niki Lauda. Brawn, 59, is leaving his role as Mercedes team principal at the end of the year. And Lauda, a non-executive director at Mercedes, is convinced Brawn's absence will only be temporary. Who is Ross Brawn? Date of birth: 23 November 1954 Formula 1 teams: Williams (1978-84), Haas Lola (1985-86), Arrows (1987-88), Benetton (1991-96), Ferrari (1997-2006), Honda (2007-08), Brawn (2009), Mercedes (2010-13) Drivers' titles: Benetton 1994-95 (Michael Schumacher), Ferrari 2000-04 (Schumacher), Brawn 2009 (Jenson Button) Constructors' titles: Benetton 1995; Ferrari 1999-2004; Brawn 2009 Other...
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