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Seidl: A great foundation for great F1 future thanks to Brawn

Andreas Seidl, McLaren team boss credited the retiring Formula 1 Managing Director of Motorsports, Ross Brawn for laying down a great foundation for the future of the sport. Brawn announced he will be heading into retirement over a week ago, after seeing the 2022 technical regulations, his brainchild aimed at improving racing, applied for one full season with decent success. McLaren team principal, Andreas Seidl, paid tribute to Brawn, and was quoted by F1's official website saying: 'I think we can only thank Ross for everything he has done for us teams and for Formula 1, not just in these years he was working for Formula 1, but throughout this entire career, I would say. 'It was obviously...
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