Formula One World Champion Nico Rosberg (L) and former German player Lukas Podolski speak to journalists at the airport in Cologne, western Germany on Dec. 7, 2016. / AFP / dpa / Rolf Vennenbernd
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Technical head Paddy Lowe could be about to follow newly-retired Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg out of the door at dominant Mercedes.Mercedes, who were rocked by Rosberg's retirement announcement only five days after he won the title at the end of last month in Abu Dhabi, had no comment on rumors that have been rife since September.Lowe started his F1 career with former world champions Williams in 1987, and spent six years there.Lowe is one of three top managers running Mercedes – the others being shareholders Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda, who is the non-executive chairman.Were he to go, Mercedes are expected to sign former Lotus and Ferrari technical head James Allison who is currently on 'gardening leave'.
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