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Williams' Nielsen joins Brawn's management team

Williams sporting manager Steve Nielsen is joining the team of specialists working under new F1 boss Ross Brawn. Nielsen, who attended his last race in his current role at Silverstone, is understood to be taking the job title of Head of Sporting Matters at the F1 organisation. Brawn has gradually been putting together a squad of former team personnel who have been tasked with helping to define the future direction of the sport, with a specific focus on 2021, when new engine regulations will be introduced. In May F1 announced Jason Somerville as Head of Aerodynamics, Craig Wilson as Head of Vehicle Performance, and Nigel Kerr as Finance Director, Motorsports.   Nielsen will be tasked with...
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