F1 » Dennis: We could have kept Hamilton

Ron Dennis says McLaren could have kept Lewis Hamilton for the 2013 F1 season but it 'wouldn't have been the right thing to do'

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PhilPrew - Unregistered

January 06, 2013 12:09 PM

People still making up stuff. I would rather listen to the Mclaren Team principal who dealt with the Lewis negotiations than Ron who is a renown lair. A team offering a driver a contract that would make him the highest paid driver according to the Mclaren operative who was involved in the negotiations says Mclaren wanted to keep Lewis and Mercs beat their offer. The teanm Principal went on to say it was the cars unreliability in one of the many races he was leading that lead to Lewis deciding enough is enough.

Ron will just have to get used to his creation saying no to him and Mclaren and walking away. Whether it was the right decision only time will tell but i wish the most exciting driver in F1 all the best.

PhilipPrew - Unregistered

January 06, 2013 12:55 PM

Who or what is RGT ? Im new to this site and i thought it was an F1 site not a literary or numeracy site, so i got my ia around the wrong way big deal and why are people attacking my user name. Not a nice welcome guys.

Is this a anti Lewis site? The reason i ask is because Whitmarsh has commented on Sky and the BBC about his attempt to keep Lewis but most on here want to see it a different way. Lets hope Viewers from other Countries like, lets say AUS wont jump on the Anti Lewis band wagon like some Brits

Googlebrain - Unregistered

January 06, 2013 1:58 PM

So they separated, so what? Who cares who initiated it, it was obviously a mutual agreement.

I'm not surprised of Lewis, I would hate it at Mclaren (if I was a good enough driver to be in F1:P). They're just too cold and corporate with way to many off-track obligations. No wonder all the best drivers leave them.

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