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INDIANAPOLIS — It took less than 24 hours for the changes to start. In the aftermath of McLaren Indy and on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, team president Bob Fernley has been fired. 

A McLaren official confirmed the news, first reported by the Associated Press on Monday morning. Before joining McLaren, Fernley was deputy team principal at the Force India Formula One team. 

His firing comes after a . Despite abundant resources and a two-time world championship driver, McLaren failed to find significant pace throughout practice, leading

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