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Hamilton must be having a ball making his very sly remarks and answers blatently implying that he has been on the suffering end. The paradox being that Hamilton himself admitted (under his breath - sneeky as he is!!) that he did disobey the team orders. The same statement being supported by Ron Denis:
"They were out of sequence because Lewis should have slowed and let Fernando past. And he didn't. He charged off," said the McLaren chief.
He is now on F1 because Ron Dennis is following his career since he was 11 and always bet on him. And now Hamilton is betraying him...
Like we say in Spain: "Cria cuervos, y te sacarán los ojos"