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Formula 1: Sean Bratches to leave commercial role

Formula 1 commercial boss Sean Bratches is to leave his role at the end of the month. Bratches, one of three executives appointed when US group Liberty Media bought the sport in January 2017, will not be directly replaced. A statement from F1 said he would "continue to support the business in an advisory role from the United States". F1 chairman and chief executive Chase Carey said Bratches had "transformed the commercial side of Formula 1". The move, first reported by BBC Sport in August last year, comes as part of a reorganisation of the commercial side of F1. When Liberty took over F1 and ousted former boss Bernie Ecclestone, it set up a management structure under...
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