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Rumours of Brawn return to McLaren grow

Ross Brawn - speculation grows Sutton Images Enlarge Related Links News: Dennis replaces Whitmarsh at McLaren Rumours that Ross Brawn is being lined up to replace Martin Whitmarsh as McLaren's team principal continue to grow in the aftermath of Ron Dennis being reappointed as McLaren Group chief executive. Whitmarsh's name did not feature in the media releases issued by McLaren and Press Association Sport, not renowned for wild speculation, said he would not be team principal come the season-opening race in Australia in March The Daily Telegraph reported that Dennis received a standing ovation from McLaren staff after he made the announcement of his return on Thursday and a number of them...
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