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John Watson Q&A

Former McLaren driver John Watson discusses with Sky Sports Online what Ron Dennis' return to the role of CEO means for the team and the future of Martin Whitmarsh.You worked with Ron Dennis during your time at McLaren, what difference do you think his return to the role of CEO will make to the team?John Watson: "Well first of all I think it is a shock to everybody that Ron has masterminded this return to not specifically being the Formula 1 Team Principal in the way he would have been previously, but he is now in the role within the group of companies of which the F1 is a part, he is now in charge, that is his responsibility. So in effect Martin Whitmarsh who was the Team Principal...
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