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Dennis urges F1 chiefs to hold back on criticism

McLaren chairman Ron Dennis believes those criticising the sport and spreading negative comments need to discuss the matter internally and not in the open as it could damage the sport. The Briton has been open in his support for the current regulations and in his criticism of those complaining about numerous factors. "These are the regulations we all worked on," he said during the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend. "Let's just get on with it. Let's stop the whinging." Luca di Montezemolo, Christian Horner and Bernie Ecclestone are the main culprits with various meetings being held during the weekend to discuss engine noise; fuel flow sensors; the length of a race; and claims by...
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