Two F1 drivers don’t believe Hamilton rumours
"Knowing the Scuderia today, it does not fit the philosophy"
Two former Formula 1 drivers have added their scepticism to rumours Lewis Hamilton might consider a switch to Ferrari for 2024.
All involved parties, including Mercedes’ Toto Wolff, stridently denied the speculation in Monaco - but that is generally the nature of the ’silly season’.
However, long-time Ferrari test driver and ambassador Marc Gene also doesn’t believe it.
"I am not the one who decides the drivers," the 49-year-old Spaniard told Diario Sport newspaper.
"But knowing the Scuderia today, it does not fit the philosophy. I see him ending his career at Mercedes," Gene added.
Also not believing the rumours is former Swiss F1 driver Marc Surer.
"I don’t think this would be a step forward for Hamilton, so I think he will continue to distance himself from these rumours," he told formel1.de.
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