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Ross Brawn Reportedly Set to Leave Mercedes at End of F1 Season

Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn is set to leave his position at the end of the current Formula 1 season, according to Andrew Benson and Eddie Jordan at BBC Sport. Brawn’s Mercedes team currently sits in second place in the Constructors’ Championship with three races to go.  Benson and Jordan report that Brawn and Mercedes failed to reach an agreement on the Englishman’s role within the team ahead of next season. Brawn GP, the outfit for which Jenson Button drove when he clinched his one and only world title back in 2009, was purchased by Mercedes in 2010. The plan had been for Brawn to oversee the initial transition period, but Mercedes ended up keeping him at the helm for longer than it had originally planned...

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