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Dennis retakes control Of McLaren F1 Team

Martin Whitmarsh's future as McLaren team principal was cast into doubt on Thursday with the announcement that his predecessor Ron Dennis was replacing him as group chief executive. McLaren said in a statement that Dennis, Whitmarsh's predecessor in running the Formula One team, would be taking on the role of CEO of McLaren Group as well as remaining as Group chairman and head the McLaren Automotive sportscar division. Whitmarsh was previously Group CEO as well as team principal. Dennis was group chief executive from 1982 to 2012 and team principal until 2009. In a 20-minute address to assembled McLaren employees at the Woking factory, Dennis assured them that "there will be...
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