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Friday press conference - Japanese GP - Pt.2

Could I just ask Monisha whether any talks were held with Michael Schumacher about him potentially driving for you in the future?

Monisha Kaltenborn:
We were never in negotiations with him.

Q: (Andrew Gwilym - Press Association).
Ross, Michael mentioned yesterday that he has plenty of options what to do with his future. Is one of those options for him to be retained within your team in a different role?

Ross Brawn:
We've not discussed that. It's not something that we've explored yet. Michael's got huge experience and everyone's got massive respect for him. It's not possible to say. I think Michael's going to spend a few months just reflecting on - let's say - this new opportunity he has and I'm sure he will think very seriously about whatever he'll do, he will do extremely professionally and effectively, but at the moment, no idea what that will be.




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05.10.2012- Press conference, Ross Brawn (GBR), Team Principal, Mercedes GP
05.10.2012- Free Practice 2, Monisha Kaltenborn (AUT), Chief Executive Officer, Sauber F1 Team
05.10.2012- Press conference, Stefano Domenicali (ITA), Team Principal
05.10.2012- Press conference, Ross Brawn (GBR), Team Principal, Mercedes GP
05.10.2012- Free Practice 2, Martin Whitmarsh (GBR), Chief Executive Officer Mclaren
05.10.2012- Press conference, Martin Whitmarsh (GBR), Chief Executive Officer Mclaren and Stefano Domenicali (ITA), Team Principal
05.10.2012- Press conference, Martin Whitmarsh (GBR), Chief Executive Officer Mclaren and Stefano Domenicali (ITA), Team Principal

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