Radovan Novak apologises to McLaren-Mercedes 

Written by David on May 14th, 2008 at 6:13 pmLast Update: May 14th, 2008 at 6:13 pm

McLaren MP4-23 BackThe McLaren Mercedes F1 team has confirmed through a statement issued on Wednesday, that the head of the Czech Automobile Association Radovan Novak has contacted them to apologise for last month’s suggestions that Mosley’s sex scandal could have been linked to the fine imposed by the FIA on Ron Dennis’ team for last year’s spy story.

The following is the statement issued by the Woking team.

McLaren is pleased to be able to confirm that it has been contacted by Mr Radovan Novak to explain the background that led to certain remarks related to McLaren and Mr Ron Dennis being made in an interview that he gave to Radio Impuls in the Czech Republic. Mr Novak has asked us to make it clear that he does not believe that either McLaren or Mr Dennis were involved in the events referred to and that the remarks are not representative of his views. Mr Novak has apologised for the misunderstanding and McLaren and Mr Dennis have thanked him for this gracious and swift reaction.

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