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Dennis against a team principal running F1

Ron Dennis says he would be against the idea of a team principal taking over from Bernie Ecclestone once the 83-year-old relinquishes or is removed from his position. The McLaren chairman made his comments after Ecclestone claimed he would like to see Red Bull team principal Christian Horner succeed him. Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo dismissed the idea as a joke and Dennis strongly believes the next F1 boss should be recruited from outside of the sport. "Personally, and I have nothing against either Christian or any other team principal, [but] I don't think it would be a wise decision to put any former team principal into the position of running F1. There's too much...
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