McLaren to show Ron Dennis the door
Reports state that Dennis will be sent on gardening leave until January 2017 which is when his contract expires
Ron Dennis has been one of the more permanent faces in the F1 paddock. The Chief Executive Officer of the McLaren Group has been an integral part of McLaren's last 12 driver's titles as well as eight constructor's titles. However, it appears that Dennis and McLaren's association might come to an end soon.
Reports say that Dennis will soon be shown the door by the McLaren Group, after a group of Chinese investors have attempted to takeover the company for a sum of 1.65 billion GBP. Dennis might be voted out of his role as CEO by the...
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