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Brawn: '2014 car hitting all its targets so far'

Ross Brawn is confident he has left Mercedes in good shape for the 2014 season after revealing the W05 is hitting all the targets they hoped it would at this stage. The Briton has now left the team after choosing to take a six-month sabbatical from Formula 1. However he believes the changes he implemented during his time there, will put the team in good standing amidst the major regulation changes. "These regulation changes of the magnitude that we have got for 2014, they are great opportunities and I hope we are grabbing this opportunity," he told Autosport. "We have certainly put enough resource and effort into it. I'm pretty comfortable with the way that we have approached...
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