Hamilton: No rush for new Manager Lewis Hamilton has calmed speculation claiming he is in a state of limbo following his managerial separation with father Anthony. The 2008 World Champion currently has no Manager but is confident that this is not affecting his on-track performances.
Following a difficult weekend in Australia which involved a global front page-making police incident on the road, an 11th place grid slot and disagreement with his team over race strategy, Hamilton admits that the Albert Park meeting was not his favorite. It was an interesting weekend," he smiled, quoted at saying in Malaysia by The Daily Mail"I am glad to be back in Malaysia and to be having a bit of space.
"It wasn't a great few days in Australia but, take away a couple of mistakes - one by me and one by the team collectively - and I think we can look to take some big points at the next race in Malaysia."
With the likes of former driver David Coulthard questioning Hamilton's emotions during his time without a Manager, Lewis is in no hurry to reorganize his administration. "'I'm leaving it for a while," he said. "I am happy at the moment. It's a big transition and I have a lot of good people around me - there is no need to rush."
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