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Mattiacci would like to see Ross Brawn back at Ferrari

Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci admits that former Technical Drector Ross Brawn would be welcomed back at Maranello with open arms.The Briton left the Italian team at the end of 2006 as a golden era, which witnessed countless titles for the Maranello outfit, came to an end.After a year away he returned to the sport with Honda subsequently buying the team and achieving further title-winning success with Jenson Button. As his eponymous outfit was bought by Mercedes he remained on board but eventually opted to retire as others were brought on board seemingly diluting his influence over the team.Despite speculation over a return, fuelled, in part, by a visit along with friends to Maranello...
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