McLaren-Mercedes team boss, Ron Dennis has said that he has no intention of quitting the sport and resigning from his position at the helm of the Woking-based outfit.

Speaking at the Italian Grand Prix, Ron told Reuters that while the current spy row is probably the 'most extreme test' he has faced during his time in the sport, he doesn't believe that leaving would be the 'right thing' to do.

"I think there are a few people around who would like me to go," the 60-year-old stated.

"If its something that I thought would further the interests of the company, if I thought it was the right thing to do, then I wouldn't hesitate to do it.

"But I don't think it is the right thing to do."

In a separate development meanwhile, Dennis has been informed by Italian magistrates that he could face charges as part of the investigation into how suspended McLaren chief designer Mike Coughlan got hold of the secret Ferrari technical dossier [see separate story].

 

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