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Hamilton says sorry to Button over tweet

In the aftermath of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, where Hamilton finished fifth, he tweeted: "Just noticed @jensonbutton unfollowed, thats a shame.
Thursday, October 11, 2012

YEONGAM, South Korea, Oct 11, 2012 (AFP) - Lewis Hamilton said Thursday that he had apologised to McLaren team-mate Jenson Button over a tweet about his fellow Briton, but said he had no plans to stop micro-blogging.

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In the aftermath of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, where Hamilton finished fifth, he tweeted: "Just noticed @jensonbutton unfollowed, thats a shame.

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He later realised he had made a mistake, tweeting: "My bad, just found out Jenson never followed me. Don't blame him! Need to be on Twitter more!"

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Hamilton, who has more than one million Twitter followers, has not tweeted since.

The 27-year-old, who is leaving McLaren to join Mercedes at the end of the season, said in Yeongam ahead of the Korean Grand Prix: "I just have to put my hands up and say it was a mistake.

"Sometimes we do that, we say things in the heat of the moment and you don't actually mean what you say, but nothing I can do about that. I've apologised."

Hamilton's tweets brought into the open the difficult relationship between the pair. He earlier earned a rebuke from his team-mate for tweeting sensitive race information.

Asked if he would stop tweeting or restrict his use of the micro-blogging tool, he added with a laugh: "Perhaps me and Twitter don't go together too well. So I don't know what I am going to do.

"I like it, I like to be able to share the great experiences I have with the fans. There's a fine line and lots of people get it wrong, and I'm one of those, and I'll try to improve on that."

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