Lewis Hamilton’s rumoured defection to Ferrari is something which has been brought up more times than we care to remember.
Now, Formula 1 pundit Tony Jardine has opened that can of worms again, claiming that the Brit will move to the “Manchester United of the sport.”
When the saga will eventually come to an end, nobody knows, and with Hamilton recently signing a new deal at the Silver Arrows until 2020, it seems we will have to deal with this speculation until then. It’s a potential move we are still very sceptical about.
But, that gives us Formula 1 fanatics an idea – what about all these dream moves that never happened? We can think of a few…
Ayrton Senna to Ferrari
With three World Championships to his name, Senna is widely regarded as one of the greatest of all time.
The years 1988, 1990 and 1991 belonged to the Brazilian as the McLaren man cemented his legacy as the three-time champ and as a Formula One legend.
‘AND LOOK AT THAT! THAT MARSHAL REALLY NEEDS HIS BRAINS TESTING!’ – Murray Walker (BBC).
A track marshal has a close encounter with Ayrton Senna during the 1991 Monaco GP at St. Devote. #F1 pic.twitter.com/4N9ZCInrP6
— F1 in the 1990s