Hamilton apologises to stewards, team and fans
World Champion Lewis Hamilton has apologised himself for the Australian Grand Prix-debacle. The Briton repeated that he was not a liar and said sorry to the stewards, his team and his fans who have always believed in him.
Lewis Hamilton said: "I sincerely apologise to the stewards for wasting their time and for making them look silly. I am very, very sorry for the situation: for my team, for Dave because he has been a good member of the team for many years, and whilst I don't think it was his intention or...he is a good guy.
"I went into the meeting, I had no intention of...I just wanted to tell the story and say what happened. I was misled and that is the way it went. I would like to say a big sorry to all my fans who have believed in me, who have supported me for years, who I showed who I am for the past three years, and it is who I am. I am not a liar. I am not a dishonest person. I am a team player."
Hamilton relieved of Australian GP results, Trulli given back third place