Hamilton hints at possible return to 'home' McLaren in future
Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton has revealed he is hoping that one day he will return to race with McLaren.
Hamilton, 27, spoke as he prepared for his final race today with the team that has been his home for 15 years.
And even if he wins the Brazilian Grand Prix, as he is strongly tipped to do, the Brit has admitted it will be a day charged with emotion as prepares for switch to Mercedes following a 14-year-long sting with the Woking-based team.
"Never say never. I'll always look at it as my home, where I come from, so going back there one day would be nice," the Daily Mirror quoted Hamilton, as saying.
"I just want to experience things along the way, it's almost like leaving home and going travelling for a bit. I'm just doing it in different company," he added.
According to the report, Hamilton hopes winning the Brazilian GP will be the perfect final memorial to his time at McLaren.
"It has taken me six years so far, so hopefully I can do it before Ayrton and win here. Eight years a long time to wait. He was such an important part of my life when I was growing up. When I'm here I am closer to him," added Hamilton.