Nov.1 (GMM) Vijay Mallya insists Force India's technical partnership with McLaren is above board.
At the F1 Commission in Geneva on Thursday, the thorny topic of the potential redefinition of a 'constructor' will be debated.The 'customer car' proponents, reportedly headed by Ferrari and Bernie Ecclestone, are set to argue that teams are already breaching the existing definition, such as McLaren's commercial tie-up with Force India."Our relationship with McLaren has been built over a period of three years," boss Mallya, who buys the transmission and hydraulics for his F1 team from McLaren, is quoted by France's autohebdo.fr."If we had violated a rule of the Concorde Agreement, I can assure you that many people in the paddock would have complained long ago," he insisted.
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