FIA president, Max Mosley has said that he is still waiting for McLaren to file a complaint against Renault - and for the Woking-based outfit to give them the necessary information.

Speaking to BBC Sport Online, Mosley added that while McLaren has sent experts to Renault's HQ recently to examine its computers, the evidence, at least based on what he has seen from the regie, doesn't look 'particularly damning'.

"It's allegedly an employee [from McLaren] who took some floppy disks with him [when he left and joined Renault]," Mosley explained.

"We haven't had the complaint or the detail we have been promised from McLaren about that, but when we get it, we will investigate.

"We've had a dossier from Renault which doesn't look particularly damning, but then again, you wouldn't expect it to."

Asked if he has spoken to McLaren boss Ron Dennis on the matter, Mosley added that he has told him to send him the details as soon as they have it all complied.

"I said to him, 'When you have got your dossier together Ron, let's have it'," Mosley continued.

"He, with Renault's agreement, sent experts into Renault to look at their computer system recently.

"So obviously when he has got that report, if there's something significant in it, I have no doubt he will let us have it," Max summed-up.

 

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