Dennis against any F1 team boss running the sport 8 March, 2014 Ron Dennis and Bernie Ecclestone Any eventual replacement for commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone should be recruited from outside Formula One, according to McLaren group chief executive Ron Dennis.
Ecclestone, the 83-year-old British billionaire who has run the sport for decades in his own autocratic style, is facing trial in Germany on bribery charges and has no obvious successor.
Christian Horner, the 40-year-old team principal of champions Red Bull, is close to Ecclestone and has been mooted as a possible candidate, although both Britons have played down such speculation.
Ferrari president Luca di Montzemolo has dismissed...
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