Ron Dennis sold his shares of the McLaren


The past month of December, Mansour Ojjeh and Mumtalakat Holding Company, controlling shareholder of McLaren Technology Group next to Ron Dennis, forced the latter to leave the leadership of the company by reason of several disagreements about how to manage the company.

In Formula 1, it led to the arrival of Zak Brown to assume the general management of McLaren Racing, something which in recent months has resulted in a radical change of philosophy, both on a sporting level, as sales and marketing.

Now Sky Sports reports of the imminent announcement of the decoupling total of Ron Dennis to McLaren through the sale of their shares for a value of 313 million euros, which gave rise to the merger of the division of Formula 1 and McLaren Automotive under the same structure, bringing its value to nearly 2,000 million pounds.

today, Ron Dennis exerts an adviser in the department of innovation of the british Ministry of Defence.