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Wolff: Iconic Brawn will be missed

The departure of Ross Brawn will leave a big hole at Mercedes, the squad's motorsport chief Toto Wolff has admitted. Brawn confirmed at the end of 2013 that he would step down as team principal with Wolff taking over as executive director in charge of business and former McLaren man Paddy Lowe being named head of the technical side. Although Merc have done well in terms of easing Wolff and Lowe into the positions for more than a year, Brawn's experience will be a massive loss for the Brackley squad. "Of course there is always an impact when somebody like Ross leaves," Wolff is quoted as saying by Autosport. "He was an iconic leader, and we are going to notice that he is...
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