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Hamilton: I’m really, really happy on moving to Mercedes

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Lewis Hamilton says that he is extremely pleased with moving to Mercedes for upcoming seasons and also he hints that could return to his home team [McLaren] one day.

Early on this week the Brit said that he pleased work with his best-friend Nico Rosberg at Mercedes for next season.

2012 Formula 1 season was a frustrating campaign for the Lewis Hamilton; essentially he won more races than first runner-up Fernando Alonso, as his MP4-27 struggled to made points finish and also disappointed with various technical problems.

Mercedes AMG team principal, Ross Brawn claims that team will provide an aggressive machine to Hamilton for 2013 F1 season battle. They are also struggled with entire season, mostly disappointed with technical and development problems, final few races new exhaust issues affected Brackley based squad.

Even so, McLaren team principal, Martin Whitmarsh says that Hamilton will struggle with the Mercedes GP in the next season for the reason that they have not been able to create a consistent car until now.

“No, I’m really, really happy about it. You can’t live with regrets in your life,” Hamilton said.

“You have to make a decision and stick with it. Whether it’s right or wrong, you just have to make the most of it, stick to your guns and hope you can turn it around or turn it into a positive. You can never say never and I’ve had a great time,” said Hamilton. “I think it will always be my home.

“I’ll always look at it as where I’ve come from. Going back there would be nice one day. But I want to go and experience some things for a bit. It’s almost like leaving home and going travelling for a bit. But I’m doing it with a different company.”


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