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(REUTERS) – Ron Dennis has been forced to stand down as chairman and chief executive of McLaren, bringing to an end his 35-year involvement with the Formula One team.The 69-year-old relinquished his duties at the team, who are the sport’s second most successful despite not having won a race for four years, following a decision by the majority shareholders to place him on gardening leave.“I am disappointed that the representatives of TAG and Mumtalakat, the other main shareholders in McLaren, have forced through this decision to place me on gardening leave, despite the strong warnings from the rest of the management team about the potential consequences of their actions on the business,” he said in a statement yesterday.“The grounds they have stated are entirely spurious ….”Dennis owns 25 percent of McLaren Group, while Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund Mumtalakat owns 50 percent and Saudi-born businessman Mansour Ojjeh, the CEO of TAG, holds the remaining 25 percent.Dennis, who has been involved with former champions McLaren since 1980 and is one of F1’s biggest names, stood down as team principal in 2009 but returned as group chief executive in January 2014.
READ | UFC: Top 4 Hard Fought And Brutal Rivalries Of The 2010s Ft. Conor Vs Khabib Raninder also urged Batra to seek Government of India’s approval to host the championships at the earliest possible opportunity. “… May I request you to allow NRAI the opportunity to prepare a detailed proposal in keeping with the above,” Raninder wrote in his letter to Batra. “May I also request you as our President to permit, assist and support the NRAI seeking administrative approval from the Government of India at the earliest possible opportunity, and once this has been accorded, IOA/CGI forward this to the office of the CEO of the CGF for acceptance & examination,” he added. “The NRAI will work with you and Government of India to develop a formal submission to the CGF for consideration early January by the CGF Sports Committee and then to the CGF Executive Board for approval. This proposal must be formally endorsed and submitted by the Indian Commonwealth Games Association (IOA) as the official member of the CGF,” the CGF said in the letter. Chances of India hosting a Commonwealth Shooting Championship in 2022, an idea mooted to compensate for the sport’s exclusion from the Birmingham Games, brightened after the Commonwealth Games Federation asked IOA to submit a “formal” proposal for its consideration. The submission of the proposal must be done by early January to the Sports Committee of the CGF which will then place the bid before its Executive Committee for approval. The encouraging response comes weeks after a meeting between the CGF and International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) in Munich on December 5. National Rifle Association of India President Raninder Singh also attended the meeting.READ | Cristiano Ronaldo And Cain Velasquez’s 2011 Throwback Video Makes Fans Go NostalgicIndia may get to host Commonwealth Shooting C’ships In a letter to Indian Olympic Association President Narinder Batra, the CGF said it was encouraged by the NRAI President Raninder and the Vladimir Lissin-led ISSF’s proposal to host the event just prior to the 2022 CWG. COMMENT First Published: 25th December, 2019 16:54 IST READ | Russia Plans To Compete In Tokyo Under National Flag After WADA’s 4-year BanRaninder, in a separate letter to Batra, gave an outline of the proposal for hosting the championships which he said has “complete support of the ISSF”. His proposal touched upon the tricky issue of the counting of medals won in this championships towards the 2022 CWG tally of the respective countries. “…medals awarded at this proposed event being accorded equal protocol as any medals won by a competing nation at the main event conducted later in the Birmingham CWG,” Raninder wrote in the letter while also proposing March 14, 2022 as tentative date of the championships to coincide with the Commonwealth Day. Batra had earlier raised this issue of counting of medals won from the Commonwealth Shooting Championships to the country’s 2022 CWG tally when Martin and CGF CEO David Grevemberg visited India last month to discuss IOA proposal to withdraw from the Birmingham Games. At that time, Martin and Grevemberg had not made any commitments. Press Trust Of India SUBSCRIBE TO US He also said later that India would not be interested in taking part in such a Commonwealth Shooting Championships if the medals won there are not counted in the country’s tally of 2022 CWG. The CGF’s letter to Batra did not directly deal with this issue but said that the joint proposal of the ISSF and NRAI “substantively meet the expectations of all stake holders”. “Their joint proposal briefly outlined during our meeting with them this month; subject to careful examination and ratification by various competent levels within CGF, and assuming such a proposal would be in conformity with our constitution and regulations; would in our opinion substantively meet the expectations of all stake holders including those of India effectively,” Martin wrote. LIVE TV Last Updated: 25th December, 2019 16:54 IST India May Get To Host Commonwealth Shooting C’ships In 2022, CGF Asks IOA For Proposal Chances of India hosting a Commonwealth Shooting Championship in 2022, an idea mooted to compensate for the sport’s exclusion from the Birmingham Games Along with NRAI and ISSF, the IOA has been trying to convince the CGF to reconsider its decision on shooting, citing India’s excellent medal count in the sport. Efforts were made to convince the CGF when Martin and Grevemberg visited the country last month. The meeting was agreed upon following IOA’s proposal to the Sports Ministry in July to boycott the Games over shooting’s exclusion. Shooting has always been one of India’s top medal contributors in the CWG. The discipline yielded 16 medals, including seven gold, at the last edition in Gold Coast. For the first time since 1974, the sport has been excluded from the Games roster.READ | Manu Bhaker And Anish Bhanwala Sweep National Titles WATCH US LIVE “We look forward to supporting them (ISSF and NRAI) with your endorsement in developing their innovative proposal,” CGF chief Louise Martin wrote in the letter to Batra. Written By FOLLOW US