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Ron Dennis offers surprising prediction on title fight

Former McLaren boss Ron Dennis chimed in on Formula 1's captivating title fight between his former protégé Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull's Max Verstappen. Dennis, who spent over three decades at the helm of McLaren guiding the Woking-based outfit through multiple periods of success in Formula 1, left the sport at the end of 2016. The 74-year-old no longer visits the Formula 1 paddock but remains a fan of the sport and of Hamilton in particular whom Dennis actively supported from the seven-time world champion's karting days and through his successful rise through the ranks and into F1 with McLaren. Although Dennis and Hamilton have remained friends over the years, the former team boss is...
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