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brawn

noun A nonmedical term for muscle, flesh; resolve of will, strength of character.
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Brawn, 59, was the mastermind behind many of Michael Schumacher's drivers world titles at Benetton and Ferrari and also won the championship with Jenson Button under Brawn GP in 2009.
Mercedes hailed Brawn as the architect of their success and said his duties would be split between Wolff, in charge of business, and Lowe on the technical side.
After months of speculation regarding his position as team principal at Mercedes that first surfaced in January, the team have confirmed Brawn is to step down from the role at the end of next month.
After months of speculation regarding his position as team principal at Mercedes which first surfaced in January, the team have con-firmed Brawn is to step down from the role at the end of next month.
Abu Dhabi: Former Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton believes life will go on with or without the leadership of team boss Ross Brawn.
According to the BBC, Brawn was instrumental in persuading Hamilton to move to Mercedes after six years with McLaren.
WILLIAMS have ruled out a move for outgoing Mercedes boss Ross Brawn.
MERCEDES have refused to comment on speculation that Ross Brawn will step down from his position as team principal at the end of the season.
Ross Brawn is expected to leave his position as Mercedes team principal at the end of the current Formula 1 season.
LEWIS HAMILTON has urged Ross Brawn not to quit Mercedes.
Although denied by Mercedes at the time, it is a rumour that will not go away until Brawn con-firms his intentions for the future, which he has so far declined to do.
Not for the first time S this season stories emerged at the start of the week claiming Brawn would leave the Brackley-based marque at the end of the year.