Fernando Alonso has admitted he will try to avoid sharing a formula one team with Lewis Hamilton in the future.
The pair famously clashed when, as the reigning double world champion, Spaniard Alonso moved to McLaren in 2007 and was paired with then rookie Hamilton.
But Alonso, 28, has always said it was the team's management that he really clashed with, and the pair are now occasionally seen chatting in the paddock.
"I would have no problems being Fernando's teammate again," said Briton Hamilton.
"I don't have any issues with him. I think he is a great champion and a great driver."
But according to Britain's News of the World, Ferrari driver Alonso has a different view.
When asked if he would like to be Hamilton's teammate again, he answered: "No. Not if it was my choice after what happened with us."