andrew wrote:n smikle wrote:andrew wrote:Hamilton is a McLaren product. He ain't/can't go anywhere else.
I honestly can't remeber hearing that any other team would like him in the future. The likes of Alonso, Vettel and Kubica have all openly been on teams wish-lists but I can not recall any team principle saying they want Hamilton.
Frank Williams, Mercedes and I know Ferrari!!! would LOOOOOVE to have him as soon as Alonso is gone.
Care to cite a reference incase I have missed this or are you just wishing for this?
Di Montezemolo was asked whether he believes that Hamilton is destined to become one of the great drivers and whether he would like him to join Ferrari one day. “I think he is a very, very good driver,” Di Montezemolo said in his heavily accented English with a flick of his left wrist, on which, incongruously, he sports a tattoo of a tortoise. “Last year Hamilton was fantastic. He can pay a little price last year because of the pressure and his lack of experience. But I think if he will continue to drive a competitive car, he can enter the history of Formula One.
“Regarding Ferrari, of course I would like to have a driver like Hamilton, like Alonso. But that will be in another life, because in this life I have Michael, Kimi and Felipe. Maybe in two years I will tell you something different, but at the moment I am very, very happy. And don’t forget Felipe won the championship until 15 seconds to go — he won more races than Hamilton. But there is no question that Hamilton deserved to win, particularly in light of what he lost last year.”
Giblet wrote:He's no dummy.
andrew wrote:Care to cite a reference incase I have missed this or are you just wishing for this?
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