Motor racing-McLaren's F1 future depends on level playing field


By Alan Baldwin LONDON, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Former world champions McLaren say they could walk away from Formula One in 2008 if the sport is not run in a fair and transparent fashion. Team boss Ron Dennis told reporters on Friday that his Mercedes-backed company was aiming to wean itself off financial dependence on Formula One so that it could have a choice of future action. "I hope or wish that this company can be in a position to have the choice not to participate in grand prix racing ...

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