McLaren team boss, Ron Dennis has said that he is keen to get into the process of putting the whole spy row saga behind them today, when they appear before the FIA World Motor Sport Council in Paris.

Speaking to BBC Sport Online, Dennis added that while he is not exactly looking forward to proceedings, he is confident that the information they will present is a 'true account' of what went on.

"We presented a full dossier to them [the FIA last week], which will be distributed to the World Motor Sport Council members, and we will go through a proper process on Thursday," he explained.

"Whilst it would be wrong to say I look forward to Thursday - because I'm not particularly looking forward to it - nevertheless I am keen to get into the process of putting this behind us.

"I am confident the information presented to the FIA is the true account of all the circumstances surrounding this matter."

Mercedes team boss, Norbert Haug meanwhile told British newspaper, The Times that he is convinced that will be cleared of any wrong-doing: "I cannot see that we are guilty in any way because I cannot see what we did wrong," he added.

 

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