Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

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Re: Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

Post by premier » 11 Mar 2008, 08:36

How a legend fades away.... in Modena jail, 3 years all inclusive executive room, Italian cuisine and Italian papers ....

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Re: Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

Post by josephrobert » 21 Mar 2008, 18:47

I don't think he will leave just yet since Mclaren are doing well this year

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Re: Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

Post by dave074 » 22 Mar 2008, 02:28

i believe that it has been confirmed that he is staying. he might as well stay to win a world title with the data he stole from ferrari. :p
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Re: Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

Post by farscope » 22 Mar 2008, 03:14

Ron will never leave McLaren he will leave when hes dead

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Re: Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

Post by dave074 » 22 Mar 2008, 05:45

he won't even leave after he dies. they will probably keep him frozen in carbon hidden in the basement of the technology center. :cheezy:
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Re: Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

Post by Iceman_PR » 23 Mar 2008, 18:04

That rumor was like a good dream: NOT TRUE

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Re: Ron Dennis Sacked as Head of Mclaren

Post by patronius » 24 Mar 2008, 03:04

In interviews from F1 Racing last year he was saying that he is preparing to retire, not this year, but when he's ready. He's said that Whitmarsh will replace him in due time. He's also sold a heap of his shares (15%?) a year or 2 ago aswell. He won't be fired, he'll just follow his long term exit strategy (ron speak) and leave when he's good and well ready to.

I personally think that maybe another year or 2 for him at the top, then he'll probably do something a little smaller in the team like an overseer job or something.
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