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Dennis will drive McLaren on - Button

The return of former principal Ron Dennis to a more hands-on role at McLaren will boost the hurting Formula One team this season, Jenson Button said on Friday. Dennis ousted Martin Whitmarsh as McLaren group chief executive last week, with the latter now expected to vacate the role of team principal as well before the championship starts in Australia in March. McLaren presented their new MP4-29 car online on Friday with Whitmarsh conspicuous by his absence and senior management and drivers made clear that Dennis, who ran the team from 1982 to 2009, was again calling the shots. "This team under Ron has won multiple world championships, back to the days of Ayrton (Senna) and Alain...
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