McLaren co-owners move to axe Ron Dennis?
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NOVEMBER 12, 2016

McLaren co-owners move to axe Ron Dennis?

Ron Dennis' long journey in F1 could come to a halt as early as next week, according to widespread reports.

The well-placed Sky News, as well as multiple British newspapers and sources, claim the McLaren supremo has even been at the London High Court to try to prevent his ousting from the company he has led for decades.

Express newspaper claims a $2 billion takeover bid by Chinese investors has been tabled by Dennis, prompting other shareholders including Mansour Ojjeh and the Bahrainis to move to oust the 69-year-old in the coming days.

Other reports say Dennis' move to get an injunction in the High Court against that move failed.

McLaren would not comment.

(GMM)

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