DaveKillens wrote:Drivers change teams, it's just a common fact. Name any great, and they would have a history of changing teams. Fangio, Prost, Senna, Schumacher, Hill (both Damon and Graham), Hunt, and so on. The only exception I am aware of is Jimmy Clark, with Lotus.
Who knows who will be the top team in five years. Heck, it may be Toyota.
And if it is, top drivers will try to position themselves to be there. That's how it works.
Conceptual wrote:I don't see Hamilton leaving McLaren. It is almost like Button at Honda.
DaveKillens wrote:Conceptual wrote:I don't see Hamilton leaving McLaren. It is almost like Button at Honda.
But even Button has changed teams three times. Williams, Benetton/Renault, BAR, and Honda.
icef1mkd wrote:An exception is Mika. He never left McLaren.
And I can't see any reason for Lewis not to follow his example.
They've "made" him, he's their boy - I remember reading much
about him in McLaren's "Racing Line" years before his F1-debut,
I think he's so well integrated in their system, so...
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