Schumacher remains in Mercedes family says Brawn 5 February, 2013 Michael Schumacher with Ross Brawn Team principal Ross Brawn on Monday confirmed reports that Michael Schumacher is staying in the Mercedes “family” after his retirement from racing. Germany’s Sport Bild reported that the 44-year-old F1 legend has been signed on in an ambassadorial role by the German marque’s parent Daimler. “He will still be part of the family,” confirmed team boss and friend Brawn at Jerez on Monday, “but in a different capacity.” Speaking to the German news agency DPA, however, Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm would not confirm the reports. A Mercedes spokesman said that he would not respond to speculation. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsCivil war persists at Mercedes in aftermath of Spa clashCase closed on Rosberg and Hamilton incident say FIAHamilton: I don’t really know how to approach the next raceButton calls for cleaner F1 title battle fightRosberg: My view of the events are very different to Lewis’Mercedes: Maybe the slap on the wrist is not enoughHamilton: Rosberg said he did it on purpose to prove a pointMercedes: We saw our worst case scenario unfoldMercedes: Nico hit Lewis, completely unacceptableRosberg: Fans that were booing me were British JodyRenza Would be awesome if Michael eventually decide to do DTM…we still want to see his magic behind the wheel of any race car & DTM is a great-great series with pure racing!!