Whitmarsh feels “very sad” about losing to Lewis Hamilton

McLaren chief executive admits to grieve after the departure of Lewis Hamilton, who will drive next season for the team Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team. Lewis’s career was the last with the team that has seen him grow and become world champion in this 2008 season with a finish so chaotic.

Lewis Hamilton has played his last season aboard the silver McLaren, in January no longer be bound to the team that has played in six seasons of Formula 1 . There are 110 major awards Woking joined the team with 21 wins and holding them with all equipment with its famous orange shirts that look after winning races.

The British driver started struggling in his first two seasons on the Formula 1 world, but later had to live four tough seasons where just reached the fourth and fifth place in the drivers’ championship.

He has four wins this season, one short of the world champion Sebastian Vettel and could have ended her relationship with McLaren with another victory, but Nico Hulkenberg got in his way and ended up with their options after a collision.

Martin Whitmarsh said in Brazil feel very sad for the loss of the English pilot, feels that there was a great bond between team and driver after all these long years.

I am very sad because I know him personally for over 15 years and have seen it through some great moments. He is a great man, a great asset to any team, so of course I’m disappointed. It’s exciting, but we’re a tough team and we have to move on. We have the makings of a good car for next year and we’ll go out and do my best.

Now open a new era for both McLaren Sergio Perez incorporating their ranks, to Hamilton, who will take over for Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg shared computer. Whitmarsh believes that despite recent problems that Lewis lived with the team, their relationship will continue as before.

He has been a friend and colleague for a long time. Next year will be a great rival e stoy sure that we will continue to have a good relationship.

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