Hamilton happy with life at McLaren
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton has admitted he's far happier with the Formula 1 outfit this season as he challenges for the title once again.
The 2008 world champion was out of sorts last season, as high profile collisions on the track and incidents off it detracted from a few impressive performances for the Englishman, with Red Bull dominating the championship with Sebastian Vettel. However, Hamilton has come back stronger this season and looks set to be in the mix come the end of the campaign, alongside team-mate Jenson Button. The 27-year-old has been linked with a move to a different team, with the likes of Red Bull and Ferrari reportedly interested in the talented driver's services. Hamilton has insisted he is happy at McLaren but is yet to state whether he will be putting pen to paper on a new deal with his current team. He told The Daily Telegraph: "I am definitely consistent this year - consistently third. But I am happy, given the way we have quite a few points and are still in the fight. "It is not about being persuaded, I don't need persuading. When I need to, which can be within any time frame I want so long as it is before next year, I will decide about my future."