Ross Brawn has insisted that he has retired from Formula 1 on a permanent basis.
Brawn departed Mercedes at the end of 2013 but has been linked to several roles within the paddock, including as a replacement for Martin Whitmarsh at McLaren.
However at a fishing event in Scotland at the weekend, Brawn was adamant that his Formula 1 career has finished.
"What they didn't realise when I was invited here was they had a scoop because the world's press was trying to find out if I was retiring or not," Brawn is quoted in The Daily Telegraph.
"This is the busiest time of the year for Formula 1 and I said I would come along and open the River Dee.
"If they had put two and two...
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