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Ross Brawn announces he is ‘stepping back in Formula 1'

Having returned to Formula 1 in 2017 as the championship's managing director, the incredibly popular Ross Brawn has announced that it's finally time to 'step back' from the series. The 67-year-old who is most famous for being Ferrari's boss during Michael Schumacher's dominant years, and also for founding Brawn GP, believes now is the time to relinquish his demanding role. Brawn joined Formula 1 in 1978 with Williams, before going off to work for several teams, which included a stint away from the championship with Jaguar. The Brit returned in 1991 as Benetton's technical director, before moving to Ferrari in the same role from 1997-2006. READ: Breaking: Alfa Romeo extend Zhou...
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