McLaren Spanish driver Fernando Alonso waves from his car at the end of the Formula One Mexico Grand Prix at the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in Mexico City on October 30, 2016. Lewis Hamilton kept his world championship hopes alive with victory in the Mexican Grand Prix, Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg edged closer to the crown with a second-place finish. Sebastian Vettel, in a Ferrari, was third. / AFP / PEDRO PARDO (Photo credit should read PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images)

According to reports in Autosport, the CEO of McLaren is set to leave the top job just three months after he started.

Jost Capito, who was employed by Ron Dennis back in January but actually didn’t start his tenure until September, will leave his role in the Formula One outfit, even though he remains employed by McLaren.

It is unclear as to when he will actually leave the Woking based squad or what he will be doing next.