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McLaren 'will win again this year'

McLaren boss Ron Dennis is convinced the team will win again this year, after he seized back control of Formula 1 operations in January. Last year, McLaren had their least successful season since 1980, prompting Dennis to remove team principal Martin Whitmarsh and instigate a restructure. Continue reading the main story “The company was a little unfit, it needs to get fit and there is pain to getting fit” Ron Dennis McLaren boss 'I believe we will win races this year,' he said. 'How many? I don't know. How soon? I don't know. 'The focus and commitment I've given to this part of the company is huge.' Dennis moved into a non-executive role as chairman last year but in January he...
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