Former mentor, Ron Dennis warns F1 champ to cut partying lifestyle

Dennis says Lewis Hamilton would not have taken to party lifestyle if he was still under him

Lewis Hamilton at the pre-Grammy party with Kanye West

Lewis Hamilton former boss Ron Dennis has warned the reigning Formula One champion to cut his partying lifestyle.

Dennis who is the McLaren, signed Hamilton as a young driver before he went on to become the Formula One Champion in 2008.

Hamilton left McLaren to sign for Mercedes and Dennis has revealed that the 30-year-old would not have taken to that lifestyle if he was still with them.

“If he was at McLaren he wouldn’t be behaving the way he is because he wouldn’t be allowed to,” Dennis said.

“He’s shaking off some chains he didn’t want to have. I look at him with mixed emotions.”

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