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brawn

noun A nonmedical term for muscle, flesh; resolve of will, strength of character.
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Given Brawn has also been calling the shots on the development of the 2014 powertrains for the last 18 months, as 1.
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Hamilton, for one, would hate to see Brawn go, as he said: "I get on really well with Ross and I've had some really good conversations with him.
There is a belief that should Brawn leave after the final race in Brazil then the team would be run by their two executive directors Toto Wolff and Paddy Lowe, along with non-executive chairman Niki Lauda.
Although denied by Mercedes at the time, it is a rumour that will not go away until Brawn confirms his intentions for the future, which he has so far declined to do.
WILLIAMS have ruled out a move for outgoing Mercedes boss Ross Brawn.
Hamilton added that it was a bonus to have Brawn in the team because of how much experience he had and the success he had in his previous teams.
It has been Lauda who has been trying to get Brawn to remain in the team, but the stumbling block has always been the level of authority the British boss would have given the changes in the set-up.
Button feels Brawn will take particular satisfaction if they are celebrating a double triumph come the end of the season.
The Brawn Mercedes is altogether a fantastic car and a fantastic team and we have got to be very happy with that.
His loyalty, and the belief Brawn can win another world title, means 29-yearold Button is prepared to turn his back on deals worth pounds 7m a year more.
Button followed it up with victory at the rain-lashed Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang to give Brawn the distinction of being the only team to win their first two races since Alfa Romeo in 1950.