F1 » Dennis: Whitmarsh better at driver management


Former McLaren team principal Ron Dennis has praised his successor Martin Whitmarsh for succeeding in one of the few areas in which he had notably failed - effectively managing two world champions inside the team

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calm observer - Unregistered

January 05, 2011 11:10 AM

So...finally he admits what many have been saying for years! With better management skills, Alonso would still be at Mac today and winning many WDC's for them. And Coughlan and Ryan would not have been hung out to dry.

richard

January 05, 2011 11:32 AM

calm observer. coghlan and ryan had nothing to do with dennis. they decided to try and set up their own team, and enlisted the help of stepney to steal secrets from ferrari. i never liked the cold style of management used by dennis, but you cannot blame him for spygate, even though he had knowledge of it.

richard

January 05, 2011 1:12 PM

calm observer. it was yourself who brought up the issue of coghlan and ryan, under the "dennis"heading. all i was saying was that it had nothing to do with dennis, so why did you even mention it?

mpower - Unregistered

January 05, 2011 1:22 PM

If whitmarsh never favoured button at the beginning of the season then the could of had some championships this year. made some very funny calls hence dennis reappearing in the paddock and giving that painful interview too the bbc where he was speaking in front of whimarsh. that team is not harmonious. people are trying to fill the glass with the least amount of water in

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