File - Mercedes without Hamilton would mean a massive hole to fill.
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Hamilton at Ferrari, with the British driver competing internally for top-driver status against four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, could rival the days when Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost were fighting – and feuding – for the title.Hamilton knows Mercedes could fall way behind Ferrari if he left, while Ferrari would boast the strongest lineup F1 has seen for many years: Two drivers who have six titles between them – four for Vettel, two for Hamilton – which could well become seven if one of them wins this year, and 76 race wins so far.After four races, Hamilton is first with third-place Vettel the only driver to beat him so far.Rosberg, who is a few months younger than Hamilton, has eight career wins. He is much better than a No. 2 driver but it remains to be seen whether he can become a true No. 1 at Mercedes.Also, the German manufacturer would need to replace Hamilton if he left, but with which driver?
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