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Formula 1 expands technical team to work with Brawn

Former Williams head of aerodynamics Jason Somerville is joining Formula One's new motorsport managing director Ross Brawn as the sport recruits more experts to advise on future technical regulations. Somerville will be 'part of a small group of engineers dedicated to researching fully the direction and implications of future regulations,' Formula One said in a statement on Friday. They will liaise with the FIA Formula One Technical Department and the teams 'with a view to improving the entertainment value, the sustainability and the sport of Formula One.' Nigel Kerr, a key player in the Brawn GP management buy-out from Honda and sale to Mercedes in 2009, joins as finance director for...
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