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Ecclestone confirms McNally set to retire

By Motorsport.com/GMM

Paddy thinks someone younger should take over

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F1's advertising supremo Paddy McNally is retiring, Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed.

Late last year, the sport's chief executive Ecclestone appointed David Campbell to "help" 72-year-old McNally with running the trackside advertising company Allsport and the Paddock Club.

"Paddy thinks someone younger should take over," confirmed 80-year-old Ecclestone to the Daily Mail. "He is one of the founding fathers of the modern Grand Prix set-up."

McNally is also one of the richest men in Britain.

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