F1 » Ron Dennis: I've moved on to bigger challenges

As he focusses his efforts towards shifting 4,000 examples of McLaren's new road-going MP4-12C supercar, Ron Dennis insists that whilst F1 remains part of his life, he has 'moved on to bigger challenges' now...

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DAY - Unregistered

March 23, 2010 6:27 PM

@Andrew . whats wrong with the comments? These are:
let me check my left (pocket)? nothing, profit would be nice...... and unlikely, he can get the f*ck off, F1 does not need him etc. These are really not the kind of comments that will uplift this site.

I could live with your statement that you never really liked the guy but "what can be a bigger challenge than running one of the best teams in F1?" The rest is ugly stuff, and unbefitting of cultured people.


March 23, 2010 6:29 PM

I don't particularly like they guy (or is it McLaren I'm not a fan of? Still to decide) but what can be a bigger challenge than running one of the best teams in F1?

DAY - It's just peoples opinions. Folk don't like the guy and so what?


March 23, 2010 7:56 PM

I was simply trying to state that the article has nothing to do with the current problems facing F1 today. How this was misconstrued "is beyond me". I made the point on what was in my pocket to point out that most of us could never afford such a car and why are we talking about it. Having said this it is in my opinion difficult for some of you to talk to an American fan in some of these discussions. Shame on you! Trust me I at this point have made enough comments to figure it out. I hope the future is better. Ed

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