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Whitmarsh 'unlikely' to stay on

With Ron Dennis' return to the helm at McLaren, former driver John Watson says it is "unlikely" Martin Whitmarsh will stay on as team boss. Last year McLaren suffered their worst season since 1980 as the Woking team failed to achieve a single podium finish. It was the latest in a series of disappointing stats for the team who have not won a Drivers' title since 2008 and last won the Constructors' back in 1998. The team's woes ultimately resulted in former team boss Dennis taking charge of the operation as the new Group Chief Executive Officer of McLaren Group. Already the 66-year-old has promised changes, one of which many are predicting could be Whitmarsh exit as team principal....
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