After Ron Dennis recently revealed that the relationship between the team boss and his Spanish driver were decidedly frosty, Fernando Alonso refuses to be drawn on the matter saying that he will do his talking on the track.
“About the spying I have nothing to say. I will try to speak on the track and try to do my job,” he began. “I really think that many of the things that have been said about the spying and about me are totally wrong and not the truth.
“But these things happen and I will not answer every day what they have been saying about me and about anything, I will not lose time on that. I cannot be every day and every week answering rumours and telling my point of view or my version or my truth to anyone. So at the moment, I am completely focused on the last three races and that is the truth.”
Recent reports in the media are claiming that Alonso wants out from McLaren, and the Spaniard has been linked with a move to Ferrari. However Alonso is keen to dispel these myths.
“For next year I have a contract with this team and I don’t see any problem on that,” he said. “I have been working with the engineers, with the mechanics, with everybody from the beginning of the season, until now with the same relationship.
“They are all very professional, very focused on doing the best we can and we are achieving good results. I won four races, I make some good podiums and I am fighting for the world championship so everything is going quite well for me and I am happy.”