In this case it's hard looking back at other drivers and what they did, because Hamilton is quite unique in his bond with McLaren. There are plenty of instances of champions having and keeping a long bond with a team (from Clark to Schumacher to Hakkinen), but I see a different personality in Lewis to care enough about team matters. It will come down to what is important for Lewis: does he feel close to McLaren and does he want to bring them (back) to a championship, or does he just want the fastest car to take another title, regardless of which car.
Personally, I think with Lewis' attitude he won't really care about McLaren in a bonded way; certainly not with Ron Dennis gone. What will be tricky though, is if he does decide to move to another team and he isn't given a competitive car right away. I see an explosive situation coming from there. While it'd be very entertaining for us to watch, I hope for Lewis that he keeps his head cool and finally finds some order in his management.
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