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Whitmarsh departs McLaren after agreeing settlement

McLaren and former team principal Martin Whitmarsh have officially parted company after agreeing upon a financial settlement. McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis, who returned to the position in January, removed Whitmarsh from his role after the team suffered its worst ever season in F1. He left in December, but remained employed by McLaren until this week when the pair agreed a generous leaving package in line with his 24 years of service. The team refused to be drawn the details, but it's believed to include a substantial amount of money many times his salary. Dennis installed Eric Boullier as racing director this year alongside Jonathan Neale as Group F1 CEO after changing the structure of the...
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