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Dennis would love Lewis back

Ron Dennis has admitted he would love to have Lewis Hamilton back at McLaren in 2015 if signing him became an option. The 2008 World Champion was mentored by Dennis through his junior formula career and into F1, although relations between the pair reportedly became more strained in the years after Dennis stepped down as team boss in 2009. Hamilton switched to rivals Mercedes at the start of 2013 and although it would seem improbable that the 29-year-old would consider switching teams again so soon given his current employers have this year emerged as the new dominant force in F1 and he is in contention for a second world title, speculation in recent weeks has nonetheless suggested that...
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