WMSC: No green light yet for McLaren 2008 car 

Written by David on December 07th, 2007 at 5:17 pmLast Update: December 11th, 2007 at 3:27 pm

McLaren will have to wait until mid-February before the governing body determines the legality of their 2008 car, as following a meeting of FIA’s World Motor Sport Council today in Monaco, Ron Dennis’ team failed to get the green light. The following is a statement issued by the FIA:

“In its decision of 13 September 2007, the WMSC instructed the FIA Technical Department to conduct an investigation of the preparatory work by McLaren on its 2008 car to determine whether that car incorporates any confidential Ferrari information.”

“This investigation has been concluded and a detailed report submitted to the WMSC.”
“The WMSC considers that McLaren, Ferrari and the other competitors in the FIA Formula One World Championship should be afforded the opportunity to make considered representations on the report at an extraordinary general meeting of the WMSC to be held on Thursday 14 February 2008 in Paris.”

source: FIA

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