Regarding the rumours about that, yeah.
The problem most people have nowadays with 'fathoming' such a thing is that in today's age, teams aren't run like they were back in the Schumi days, so the organisation and all around it is pretty different, which would make it unlikely to believe that Toto Wolff and Lewis Hamilton and some other people would jump ship to Ferrari.
Having said that, there are some things to concider though.
Ferrari will be desperate to find ways to become NR1 again.
If we concider that Ferrari's former 'legendary' success happened not just because Schumacher was there,
but the complete package that was wheeled in from Benetton, then it might not be such a far fetched idea to concider having Toto, Lewis and important staff figures.
But having that said, there are some things that are overlooked.
Ferrari won't be in a NR1 condition in 2021 just because Hamilton and Toto would go there at January.
If they are a success formula, it'll take quite some time to get things going.
And then, that's without adressing the problem that neither Toto nor Hamilton are what makes the winning streak so successfull.
It's the fact that Mercedes have been planning and investing in the V6TH era for a long, long time and the entire package works because they all had the same common goal
and vision. There is no such thing for 2021 with Hamilton and Wolff and co and Ferrari.
PERHAPS Ferrari are investing to be in a favourable position as of 2021, but that will be regardless of Hamilton or Toto, and regardless of Vettel or Leclerc.
Let's face it, if Hamilton stayed at Mclaren, he wouldnt be the success he is now, or if he went to Ferrari in 2012, he wouldn't be the success today.
Instead, we would have seen some other driver alongside Rosberg as of 2014 and either see him or Nico be multiple champion.
Instead, Hamilton went to Mercedes at the 'right time' to be ready when 2014 arrived. Neither Toto Wolff nor Hamilton have anything to do with the might of the Mercedes V6TH engine.
Yes, both have their absolute talents, the combo works flawlessly. But it's not like Ham-Wolff would instantly bring Ferrari stardom again.
Which is in the end why i honestly won't see it happen.
Well, Hamilton to Ferrari, yes, i definately can see that happen.
But Wolff to Ferrari? No, not at all, nor would i expect to see Horner to go to Ferrari for example.
We also have no idea how 2020 will pan out.
Just imagine for a moment that RB-Honda will completely obliterate Mercedes and Ferrari,
and we will see Ferrari struggle again and see again a lot of people get fired causing chaos again,
and perhaps even Mercedes announcing they'll step back from the project and sell the team and focus on Mclaren again.
Will Hamilton then go to Ferrari, will he retire, will he go back to Mclaren or will he even go to RedBull alongside Max?
Whether it sounds reasonable or not is another story alltogether, but quite frankly, we have no idea what will happen in 2020,
which is vital for how 2021 is going to pan out.
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