Published on March 13th, 2011 | by Seán Ward0
McLaren Chairman Banned from Driving
The ban follows him failing to stop at a red light near his home in Surrey.
Although the offense itself doesn’t carry a ban, Mr Dennis already had nine points on his licence for various speeding offences.
He claimed that he didn’t stop at the red light because he was worried that the superior brakes on his sports car may have caused the cars behind to hit him.