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McLaren 'will win races this year' - Dennis

Ron Dennis believes McLaren "will win races this year" as a result of the changes he is implementing at the team.Dennis returned as Group CEO earlier this year, with Martin Whitmarsh making way and Eric Boullier essentially taking over the team principal role under the title of racing director. While Dennis would not go in to detail about the situation surrounding Whitmarsh, he highlighted his determination to return McLaren to winning ways after a podium-less 2013, and says the team can be successful during the last year of it's deal with Mercedes."Being open and being committed I think is the best environment in which we can work with Mercedes, and that's how we will...
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