FIA summons McLaren in Ferrari case
McLaren has been summoned to appear before the FIA World Motor Sport Council later this month and answer the charges related to the possession of unauthorised information belonging to Ferrari.
FIA wants McLaren to answer charges that have breached Article 151C of the International Sporting Code. The article says that: "Any fraudulent conduct or any act prejudicial to the interests of any competition or to the interests of motor sport generally."
McLaren is called to answer the charge that between March and July 2007 possessed confidential information that belong to the Italian team Ferrari, information that could be used by the engineers to develop and build a Ferrari F2007 monopost. The information possessed by McLaren was a classified document of 780 pages from Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro.
After the declaration of McLaren’s team boss, Mr. Ron Dennis, the team had never used the secret documentation. We will find out if he lies or not on July 26 when the World Council meeting in Paris.