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McLaren won't be happier with Renault - Bernie Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone doesn't believe McLaren will be any happier with Renault power ahead of an impending switch from current supplier Honda. McLaren looks set to drop Honda in favour of Renault after both Mercedes and Ferrari rejected approaches, whilst Toro Rosso looks set to take up McLaren's Honda supply, with Carlos Sainz moving to Renault as part of the overall deal. It also means Fernando Alonso is likely to remain with McLaren, having previously threatened to leave if nothing changed, which Ecclestone says is 'super news'. 'The Renault deal is all done,' F1's chairman emeritus told the Daily Mail. 'Alonso staying is super news, but I can't see why McLaren will be...
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