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Will Brawn retire? 'Then I will take car of my grandchildren more'

Rumours abound that F1 sporting director Ross Brawn will quit his post after this season. Brawn appears to be indicating that he is indeed stepping down as chief executive, but will not retire completely just yet. Article continues under ad Brawn is a great character and well-known figure in the king class of motorsport. The Briton is a former engineer, former team boss and team owner and currently sporting director in Formula 1. As sporting director, Brawn has spent the last few years working on making and keeping the sport attractive and nurturing sportsmanship. Under Brawn, sprint racing also came to Formula 1 and in recent years, the Briton has been very busy with the technical and...
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