F1 » Hamilton doesn't 'desire' Ferrari drive, but....


Lewis Hamilton insists that he has no huge longing to drive for Ferrari - at this point in his career...

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Ben M - Unregistered

August 08, 2011 1:00 PM

Total non-story. Ferrari aren't likely to say "I can guarantee Hamilton will NEVER drive for us" - and anything else will be interpreted by the press as rumours he might move there.

Waste of internet space

richard

August 08, 2011 1:28 PM

ferrari today stated that when the time came to replace flip, then it would be by a new young charger. and they also stated that they had no interest in lulu . massa will be retained for 2012 and possiblly beyond, depending on next years results. ferdi and flip may be in it for the long haul.

Taz - Unregistered

August 08, 2011 1:38 PM

Well they have a clear No1 & No2 driver. No point is upsetting the apple cart.

Don't think there will be any changes at the top three, from what I hear Mika Hakkinen is taking over from Schumacher who will announce his retirement at the Italian GP, and depending of Kubica returning, Jack Villenuve will be driving for them.

BadmanJose

August 08, 2011 2:05 PM

So Ferrari is committed to Alonzo and Massa. A very smart move. At Big Mac the story is the same for Hamilton and Buttons. Why would Hamilton or Buttons would want to leave (my option) the most stable team in F1. Winning or losing Ferrari has always been a
very insecure position for any driver. The politics and management is a footmark of the nutty things that have been the trade mark of Ferrari in F1, sense day one. Hamilton to leave Mclearn, Nuts. As long as Ron Dennis is calling the shots Mr. Hamilton will be at Mclearn..'Body language'
what the hell is that? Guess somebody is having problems watching the pit Bunnies ..

Jose

herpaderpaderp - Unregistered

August 08, 2011 3:44 PM

I'd rather have them spread out rather than having 2 great drivers competing for the championship in the same team.

Lewis should stay in McLaren
Alonso belongs to Ferrari
Vettel should stay with the bulls
I wish Renault and Mercedes could get the crap together and produce a competitive car so we could have JB in either go in either of those teams and the last slot goes to either Rosberg or Webber(if he doesn't retire)

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