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Zak Brown resigns from Motorsport Network following Autosport price hikes

McLaren boss and Motorsport Network chair Zak Brown has resigned from his position at the Network, following Tuesday's price hike news at Autosport. Zak Brown has announced his decision to resign from his position as non-executive chairman of the Motorsport Network. The McLaren boss took to Twitter to make the announcement just twenty four hours after Motorsport announced a series of changes to their publications and their pricing. 'After careful consideration I have made the decision to resign from the role of non-executive chairman of Motorsport Network.' he said. 'I have had the privilege of watching some of the best people in the business doing what they do so well – bringing...
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