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Brawn admits F1 return possible after ‘sabbatical'

Brawn admits F1 return possible after ‘sabbatical' 3 December, 2013 Ross Brawn Veteran team boss Ross Brawn has confirmed reports he could remain in the sport, after stepping down as Mercedes' team boss. Mercedes' team chairman Niki Lauda, who tried to convince the Briton to stay at Brackley in a new role, said on Monday he would 'not be surprised' if Brawn eventually returns to the paddock after a 'fishing' break. 'I really tried hard but he stays a consultant to me, which I think is very good and important,' Lauda is quoted by the BBC. The British newspaper The Mirror quoted Brawn, 58, as saying he will take 'a few months off' and then 'see how things pan out'. He has been linked...
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