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Whitmarsh leaves McLaren

McLaren have confirmed that former Team Principal Martin Whitmarsh has finally left the company.​Joining McLaren in 1989, Whitmarsh was at the helm from 2009 until January this year, when former team boss Ron Dennis was re-appointed as Group CEO.A settlement has now been finalised, however, with a McLaren spokesman confirming on Tuesday that "McLaren and Martin Whitmarsh have agreed amicably to part company'.After his return, Dennis promised a 'thorough and objective review' of McLaren, who have struggled in recent seasons and are without a victory since Jenson Button's success at the 2012 Brazilian GP.With Dennis deciding that the Team Principal role no longer applies to F1,...
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