Italian investigators visited the offices of Formula One team McLaren and the homes of several of its executives on Wednesday as part of a criminal probe into the sport's spy scandal, The Associated Press reported. McLaren said investigators, led by the Modena magistrate, were accompanied by local Surrey Police as they went to the McLaren Technology Center in Woking, England, and the homes of “a number” of executives. “The police are completely satisfied with the co-operation they have received,” McLaren said in a statement. “These actions are part of a normal judicial process in connection with the ongoing investigation, and are supported by McLaren Racing.” On Feb. 18, the man at the center of the scandal — former Ferrari mechanic Nigel Stepney — was questioned for three hours by Modena prosecutor Giuseppe Tibis. He is investigating Stepney for providing Ferrari's confidential material to McLaren. Six other McLaren officials, including management members and technicians, are also under investigation.