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Former McLaren boss Whitmarsh joins Aston Martin

Former McLaren Racing CEO, Martin Whitmarsh, will join Aston Martin as group chief executive officer, overseeing the ‘performance technologies' division. Whitmarsh is best known for his years with McLaren, when he replaced team co-founder Ron Dennis as team principal in 2009. However following a strong of disappointing campaigns, he was ousted with Dennis returning in […]
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