REPORTING FROM KUALA LUMPUR
Former world champion Lewis Hamilton says he has no regrets above leaving McLaren and joining the Mercedes-Petronas team this year.
Speaking ahead of this Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang, the 28-year old Briton -- who finished a respectable fifth at the season-opening Australian GP -- said he's happy about his new team and feels there's no need to make any comparisons.
“I don’t look at McLaren and feel happier. I do know that it’s a fantastic team and they have got great facilities and great people working there so I have no doubts that they have always been very strong at catching up and moving forward," Hamilton told media during a briefing at the PETRONAS Twin Towers on Wednesday.
"I feel that this is only a small little blip in their journey this year. I’m sure they will catch up,” said the 2008 world champ, referring to the fact that both McLaren drivers finished behind him ain Melbourne last Sunday.
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