Lewis Hamilton: “The Ferrari thing is not going to happen… I think”

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Lewis Hamilton says, even though he has always been a Ferrari fan, he has seen things that ‘don’t necessarily mirror his values and approach’.

In an interview with GQ Magazine, Lewis Hamilton was once again asked about the rumours that he might choose to drive for Ferrari in the future.

“That’s not going to happen,” said the Briton.

“The Ferrari thing is not going to happen… I think. I’ve always been positive about Ferrari. I watched Michael win there. I’ve always been a Ferrari fan.

“I remember one of the first cars I ever bought was a Ferrari. And I think it’s a hugely iconic team and brand, particularly.

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“I think the team has, in my period of time… There have been things I’ve seen that I don’t necessarily feel mirror my values and my approach.

“However, it is a team that every driver, I think, has dreamed of what it would be like to sit in the red cockpit.

“No disrespect to them, but when I stop I want to work with Mercedes in helping them be even better in the outside world.

“You know, they’ll always have beautiful cars, but how can we be a more diverse industry?”

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