Hamilton's switch to Simon Fuller's XIX Entertainment after a year under his own steam in the wake of splitting from dad Anthony has often been criticised.
It has been suggested XIX do not give Hamilton the guidance and support that has been required throughout a tortuous season.
That is despite the fact that for the majority of the year a member of XIX has been on hand, with the occasions when they have not been present often at Hamilton's behest.
It is the case at this weekend's Korean Grand Prix, with Hamilton on his own, and at a time when he has been very introspective and self-critical.
Defending XIX, Hamilton said: "It's not down to the management team to give me confidence. That's something that comes from within.
"I've a fantastic team. I'm massively proud of the choice I've made, and I will not go back on it.
"I've a great team of people, and a bigger team of people around me who drive me in the areas I need.
"Simon (Fuller) is incredible, a great person and human being to be around, and I'm sure in the future he'll be around a lot more."
Despite the showbiz nature of XIX, Hamilton has no doubts that in the future he will be given the backing he requires, and by as many people as needed.
However, while also suggesting there will be times when he will want to be his own man, he has hinted he would like more family support in the years ahead, like team-mate Jenson Button has with dad John and girlfriend Jessica Michibata.
"There have been some serious changes made over the last couple of years and moving forward I'm sure there'll be more people coming to the races more often," added Hamilton.
"This race for instance, I told them not to come because it's in the middle of nowhere and I didn't think it was necessary.
"Sometimes it's nice to be on your own. It depends on whether you like to be on your own and have a lot of people around.
"But I'd also love to see my family at more races, so I hope in the future we will have that."