Pilot Mercedes Lewis Hamilton believes it is unlikely the transition of Sebastian Vettel to the team from Brackley.
The Briton is confident that the Germans would not have agreed to cooperate with him because of differences in principles of work with settings between the partners Mercedes and Ferrari.
“I know that he doesn’t want to be my teammate, – quotes Lewis GPUpdate.net. – If we were partners, he would not have been in that position, which is now in a Ferrari. I mean the principles of our team, if he came in a Mercedes.
It is unlikely that he will go to us. I’m ready to fight any opponent, but now the team is in great shape. In the last race [in Hungary, where Hamilton kept his promise and returned the position to Valtteri Bottas], we have proved it.
I’m sure the managers and employees happy with the current atmosphere in the team and believe that we don’t need to change anything”.
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