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Well the greatest rookie and record breaker has said no to Mclaren, i never thought i would have seen the day when a driver would say adios to Mclaren, Ron gambled and lost the only driver to give this mammoth f1 team a WDC in over a decade.
Now Lewis will take the Silver arrows to new hights and i for one is going to have to support the Mercedes team sorry Ron i have to follow talent, but i do have fond memories of Lewis Hamilton's time at Mclaren and we will never forget a rookie finishing above a 2xwdc in his debut season or hitting not 3 or 6 but 9 consecutive podiums also in a rookie year a feat Whitmarsh has said will never be seen again in our life time.
richard i think the figure is 60m like jose told you