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Dennis won't rule out Hamilton return

Ron Dennis is refusing to rule out Lewis Hamilton returning to McLaren but says the team first needs to get back on track. Hamilton walked away from McLaren at the end of the 2012 season after four years without a World title. Following the split it was at times implied that Hamilton left to chase the money with Mercedes offering him more. However, Dennis admits that wanting more success was also part of Hamilton's decision. "I think money played a role in it, but it wasn't a deciding factor," he told Sky Sports News. "The fact is that for him it was possibly time to move on - there had been commitments made from both sides - and I appreciated and knew what the turning point...
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