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Jordan: Mercedes rudderless without Brawn

– If Ross Brawn was still in charge at Mercedes, the collision between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix would not have happened. That is the view of former team boss Eddie Jordan.Rosberg clipped the rear of Hamilton's car on the second lap of last weekend's race at Spa-Francorchamps, giving the Briton a puncture that would lead to retirement and hurting his own efforts with front wing damage.Jordan, whose team ran for more than a decade, feels that Mercedes is lacking a consistent approach after Brawn's exit, with Toto Wolff (Business) and Paddy Lowe (Technical) stepping up to take on the responsibilities."I blame the team," Jordan explained during...
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